Bupropion belongs to a group of antidepressants. Branded bupropion meds include Budeprion, Aplenzin, Zyban, Wellbutrin. The medicine is mainly used for the treating of major depressive disorder, but you may also buy Bupropion (Zyban) to quit smoking.


Some patients are contraindicated to use Bupropion. It is forbidden to take the med, if a person has been taking phenelzine (Nardil), furazolidone (Furoxone), selegiline (Emsam, Eldepryl, Zelapar), isocarboxazid (Marplan), tranylcypromine (Parnate), rasagiline (Azilect),or any other MAOI during the last several weeks.
If you have any eating disorder such as anorexia or bulimia, you are more likely to be contraindicated to use Bupropion. The same concerns people who have just stopped drinking alcohol or taking sedative medicines. Patients with seizure disorders are as well contraindicated to use Bupropion.


Some categories of patients need to see a medical specialist before deciding to buy Bupropion without a prescription. This concerns people with such disorders as liver disease, bipolar disorder, kidney problems, hypertension, a history of brain or spinal cord tumor, heart disease, seizures, a history of heart attack or head injury.
It doesn’t necessarily mean that such patients shouldn’t use Bupropion, but they may need a dosage adjustment or a special schedule to avoid certain risks and make the treatment beneficial.


Take the medicament strictly as prescribed. Never take the med in larger or smaller amounts. Never prolong or shorten your treatment on your own.
You may take Bupropion with meals or independently. If you have the med in a form of extended-release tablets, remember, that you shouldn’t chew or split them before swallowing. The tablets are to be swallowed whole. If you have liquid med, then you need a special devise to measure a correct dose each time when you need to take the drug.
It’s essential to realize that Bupropion overdose can be even fatal. So never exceed our dosage in order not to endanger your health and life. If you occasionally overdosed, you may start having such symptoms uneven heartbeat, muscle stiffness, shallow breathing, hallucinations, fainting. Call an ambulance or Poison Help asap in case of overdose.

Side effects

Before you order Bupropion, please, get know its possible side effects and the ways how to react if they appear. While using the med one may have less serious side effects that include appetite changes, skin rash, nausea, migraine, loss of interest in sex, increased sweating, dizziness, shaking, vomiting, sleep problems, mild itching, constipation, headache, dry mouth, weight loss or gain. You shouldn’t worry if you have any of these side effects – you may just wait until they are gone or visit you healthcare provider to get some tips on how to lessen unpleasant symptoms.
If a person experiences serious side effects, s/he should call emergency help immediately. Serious side effects include: trouble concentrating; severe blistering; seizure (convulsions); swollen glands; joint pain; red skin rash; unusual thoughts or behavior; confusion; fever; hallucinations; general ill feeling. A patient may think of hurting himself or agitated, feel impulsive, irritable, hostile, hyperactive (mentally or physically), aggressive, restless, more depressed, or have mood and/or behavior changes, panic attacks, anxiety, trouble sleeping.
An ambulance should be called immediately if a patient has any things of an allergic reaction, that include: hives, problems with breathing, swelling in the face, mouth or body.

Drug interactions

If you are using any other meds, then before you buy Bupropion online you have to make sure that taking of several meds would be safe for your health. Bare in mind that Bupropion may develop bad interactions with HIV or AIDS meds (ritonavir (Norvir, Kaletra); efavirenz (Atripla, Sustiva)); meds used for blood clots prevention (tirofiban (Aggrastat),clopidogrel (Plavix), ticlopidine (Ticlid)); cancer medications (cyclophosphamide (Neosar, Cytoxan), thiotepa (Thioplex), doxorubicin (Adriamycin, Doxil)irinotecan (Camptosar),); and blood pressure/heart medicaments (atenolol (Tenormin), metoprolol (Lopressor, Toprol), propafenone (Rythmol), flecainide (Tambocor), propranolol (Inderal)).

It is also recommended to check with a medical specialist, whether you can take Bupropion with any medicines belonging these classes: bladder or urinary medications; hormone replacement estrogens; antihistamines; antidepressants; antibiotics; sedatives, ulcer drugs; irritable bowel medications; theophylline; steroids; meds for the treating of Parkinson’s disease, pituitary gland tumor, restless leg syndrome, medicines for preventing organ transplant rejection; malaria meds; birth control pills; narcotic pain medicaments; medicaments to treat psychiatric disorders; bronchodilators; asthma medications; diet pills; medication for vomiting, nausea, motion sickness; oral diabetes medications; insulin.