Bupron Sr 150mg Strip Of 10 Tablets
Bupron Sr 150 MG Description
Bupron Sr 150 mg Tablet belongs to the antidepressant family of medications, used mainly for treating depression. It also helps people quit smoking. Depression is a mood disorder where the person may
experience symptoms including sadness or loss and mood fluctuations. Bupropion, which treats depression, is present in Bupron Sr 150 mg Tablet. It acts by boosting the amount of chemical messenger serotonin in the brain, which helps to improve the emotional and physical symptoms of depression. As a result, it will assist in the improvement of mood. If you have a previous allergy to any component of this medicine, you must avoid using it. In addition, if you have a history of seizure disorder or other brain problems, anorexia nervosa, diabetes, or renal issues, tell your doctor. If you have a family history of any medical illness, you should tell your doctor about it. Patients under 18 years of age must not use Bupron Sr 150 mg Tablets. Furthermore, many side effects usually go down with time. Please see your doctor if these bother you or do not go away.
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|Uses||Smoking addiction, seasonal affective disorder, depression - major depressive disorder|
|Side effects||Allergic reaction, insomnia, tremors, feeling nervous or anxious, impaired concentration, sweating, constipation, headache, nausea, muscle pain, vomiting, dizziness, dryness of mouth, weight loss|
Uses of Bupron Sr 150 MG
- Smoking addiction
- Seasonal Affective Disorder
- Depression - Major depressive disorder
Contraindications of Bupron Sr 150 MG
Side effects of Bupron Sr 150 MG
- Allergic reaction to any component of this medicine
- Insomnia (difficulty in sleeping)
- Tremors, feeling nervous or anxious
- Impaired concentration
- Muscle pain
- Dryness of mouth
- Weight loss
- Abdominal pain
Precautions and Warnings of Bupron Sr 150 MG
Other General Warnings
- When using Bupron Sr 150 mg Tablet, stay away from tasks that need your total attention and focus, including driving.
- Bupron Sr 150 mg Tablet withdrawal effects might be severe if you stop taking it suddenly.
- Before entirely quitting its use, always talk to your doctor about reducing the dosage.
- Do not consume less or more than what is prescribed. If you have any severe side effects, get medical help right away.
- Self-medication is not a good idea.
Mode of Action of Bupron Sr 150 MG
How Does It Work?
Directions for Use of Bupron Sr 150 MG
- Follow your physician’s guidance on the dosing and duration of the medication.
- Take it all in at once. Avoid crushing, chewing, or breaking Bupron Sr 150 mg Tablet.
- Take the pills with or without meals.
- It is advisable to take the medicine at the same time every day.
Interactions of Bupron Sr 150 MG
Interactions with other medicines
- Taking Bupron Sr 150 mg Tablet with any of the following medications may change the way they work and cause unwanted side effects.
- Multi-mineral supplements and other herbal products or ayurvedic supplements may interact with Bupron Sr 150 mg Tablet.
- Please consult your physician if you are using any OTC medications.
Interactions with food items
- Bupron Sr 150 Tablet may cause excessive drowsiness with alcohol.
Storage and disposal of Bupron Sr 150 MG
Dosage of Bupron Sr 150 MG
- Dizziness, shaking, restlessness, convulsions, unconsciousness, nausea, vomiting, increased pulse rate, lowered blood pressure can strongly ccur if you take more than the prescribed dose of Bupron Sr 150 mg Tablet. In an overdose, seek immediate medical attention or notify a doctor....
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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Q: Is Bupron Sr 150 mg Tablet addictive?
Q: What factors might cause Bupron Sr 150 mg Tablet to cause seizures?
- The dosage of Bupron Sr 150 mg Tablet appears to relate to the risk of seizures strongly. If Bupron Sr 150 mg Tablet dosage increases, the danger of seizures is also increased. Attacks are more likely if you drink a lot of alcohol, have diabetes, have/had a severe head injury or have a history of head trauma. Also, seizures may occur if you have/had prior seizures, have a central nervous system tumour or infection, or are addicted to cocaine, stimulants or opioids. The risk will rise if you take antidepressants, antipsychotics, theophylline, and oral corticosteroids simultaneously. They might increase if you take appetite-suppressing medications as well....