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Firstly, Mart, as I keep reminding people --- NEVER EVER accept a prescription from your doctor without asking tjhis sort of question and getting a good answer --- he is paid to discuss this with you. Similarly, never fill a prescription at the pharmacist without asking the same questions and getting a good answer. And the pharmacist can call the doctor to get clarification. This is not a combination of meds I would have prescribed, so I can't guyess what specific plan your doctor had, and thus how and when he wouild want you to take these. And insist that the pharmacist gives you a copy of the "package insert" which is required by the regulations and will give you a great deal of information in print.
ZOloft and Wellbutrin are both antidepressants. I have never combined them, and would only consider doing so in someone with an unusually severe and complex Depression which has not responded well to either of these on their own, or other antidepressants, given for a suitable length of time at proper normal doses.
You don't mention whether you are taking Wellbutrin ordinary release form or in the SR ( slow-release ) form, nor do you mention doses --- Wellbutrin SR is usually taken in the morning, as it tends to be energising. Zolpidem is a sleeping med , obviously to be taken at night only when you are ready to sleep.
I have never heard of Xanon, and find no mention of it on my web-search, and Xenon is an inert gas, and hardly likely to be what yoiu're talking of --- so I haven't the faintest idea of what it is. If it is also a sleeping med, I don't understand why one would give two sleeping meds at the same time.
If your doc didn't explain to you, and let you make notes, exactly how he/she wanted you to take these meds, and why, then he/she didn't do their job completely, and you should call the doc and ask for an explanation of how and why to take this unusual combination of meds.
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