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APLENZIN ER (BUPROPION HYDROBROMIDE ER)

What is Aplenzin ER?

Aplenzin ER is a prescription drug that can be taken to treat the symptoms of major depressive disorder and to prevent major depressive episodes if you have seasonal affective disorder. ER stands for extended release. Aplenzin ER medication is released into your system gradually throughout the day, rather than all at once.

How Does Aplenzin ER Work?

The exact way in which Aplenzin ER works is not known, but it is believed that the medication balances two brain chemicals – norepinephrine and dopamine by preventing the reuptake of these chemicals by your brain’s nerve cells.

About Major Depressive Disorder

Major depressive disorder can be characterized by symptoms such as feelings of unhappiness, sadness, emptiness, guilt and worthlessness, lack of energy, loss of pleasure in activities you once enjoyed, oversleeping or insomnia, weight gain or loss, appetite changes, and difficulties remembering things, making decisions or concentrating. Taking Aplenzin ER should help with your major depressive disorder symptoms, and your doctor may also suggest counselling as part of your treatment.

Possible Aplenzin ER Side Effects

  • Muscle pain
  • Sore throat
  • Dizziness
  • Weight changes
  • Headache
  • Ringing in the ears

You should contact your doctor if any of these side effects are persistent or bothersome.

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