Our expert says:
Wellbutrin is an antidepressant, which is well thought of, and in some ways different from some of the more commonly used ADs. XL is like other drugs called XL or SR, a slow or sustained release version of the drug, designed to be released more gradually and smoothly. Sometimes this is a real advantage, sometimes its merely a gimmick used by some drug companies to try to extend their exclusive patent rights on an old drug.
So, to your question - with its slow-release format you may be less likely to experience side-effects with this one, and it is diferent enough that it might work better for you than some of the other ADs you have tried.
Come back to the forum after a few weeks and let us know how it worked for you
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