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Sweating So Much

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Hi all,

i have been taking 150mg wellbutrin for 8 weeks for now.

lot of side effects are now reduced (well!). (one of the best that has not been reduced is sexual drive! :-))

but there are two problem:

- fatigue making sports (i'm experiencing less performance than in the past)

- LOT OF SWEAT

SWEAT is very difficult to afford. My face looks sweat, i'm always in the bath to wash myface. It's hot here in this season but i have never experienced so much sweating all over my body. I don't feel compfortable with the others.

Please, let me know if somebody had a solution for this trouble...

Ciao

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Hi emoticon25,

Sweating is something that I have experience on two different ADs, but I am pleased to say the sweating reduced and went after 3 months in my case.

If this continues to be a problem see you Doctor for advice and perhaps some treatment.

Best Wishes

Jim Bow

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I started taking 150 mg of Wellbutrin XL at the end of April. I went to 300 mg at the end of June and also added 15 mg of Prozac. WoW...the sweat just pours off me now! My dh and dd say I "sweat like a man" because I am literally drenched if exposed to any warmth or exersion. It's hot and very humid here during the summer (mid to upper 90's) and we just started mountain biking as a family, so I had to go out and buy a lot of the sports clothing that wicks moisture to help conceal the sweat and that has given me a lot more confidence.

Sweating is a side effect of both Wellbutrin and Prozac, but I decided to choose the lesser of the evils (sweating vs. depression/anxiety). Luckily, three months later it seems to be improving so I'm hopeful that my patience is paying off as I'm hesitant to make another med change. Maybe with a little more time this will start to wear off for you as well. Best of luck to you.

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Hi all,

i have been taking 150mg wellbutrin for 8 weeks for now.

lot of side effects are now reduced (well!). (one of the best that has not been reduced is sexual drive! :-))

but there are two problem:

- fatigue making sports (i'm experiencing less performance than in the past)

- LOT OF SWEAT

SWEAT is very difficult to afford. My face looks sweat, i'm always in the bath to wash myface. It's hot here in this season but i have never experienced so much sweating all over my body. I don't feel compfortable with the others.

Please, let me know if somebody had a solution for this trouble...

Ciao

Did you experiene anxiety during start-up? If so, did it subside?

Thanks

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Hi emoticon25,

Sweating is something that I have experience on two different ADs, but I am pleased to say the sweating reduced and went after 3 months in my case.

If this continues to be a problem see you Doctor for advice and perhaps some treatment.

Best Wishes

Jim Bow

are you talking about sweating with wellbutrin? or are you taking other meds?

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Hi all,

i have been taking 150mg wellbutrin for 8 weeks for now.

lot of side effects are now reduced (well!). (one of the best that has not been reduced is sexual drive! :-))

but there are two problem:

- fatigue making sports (i'm experiencing less performance than in the past)

- LOT OF SWEAT

SWEAT is very difficult to afford. My face looks sweat, i'm always in the bath to wash myface. It's hot here in this season but i have never experienced so much sweating all over my body. I don't feel compfortable with the others.

Please, let me know if somebody had a solution for this trouble...

Ciao

Did you experiene anxiety during start-up? If so, did it subside?

Thanks

Not anxiety. Only a bit af activation in start-up. In the beginning you can think this is a trouble, but if you stay calm after some days it goes away

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