How does this medicine work?
Bupropion (bu-pro-pee-on) is an
antidepressant. It regulates the mood by
half to make them easier to swallow, but
increasing specific brain chemicals. It may
should not be crushed or chewed. Are there any precautions about food or other medicines?
Follow the directions for using this medicine
Give this medicine with food if it upsets
It may also be used to treat other conditions
Warning! There are certain medicines that
Bupropion may take up to 12 weeks to build
interact with bupropion. Please check with
up in the body and produce its fullest effect.
the doctor or pharmacist before giving any How should I give it?
other prescription or non-prescription medicine, vitamins, or herbs.
Bupropion comes in pill form. Your child should take this medicine exactly as
prescribed. Give it at regular times every
What should I do if a dose is Do not stop this medicine without checking with your doctor or nurse practitioner. It
should be stopped over a period of time.
remember, but do not give doses closer than 8 hours apart for extended-release and 6
If your child is taking a short-acting pill,
seizures or convulsion (muscles stiffening
and shaking). If it is too close to the next
dose, skip the missed dose and continue with
the regular schedule. Never give a double dose. If your child misses two doses, call
• Mix the powder with a very small
amount (about 1 teaspoon) of soft food, such as applesauce, chocolate
If your child vomits within 30 minutes after
a dose, please call the clinic for instructions.
What are the side effects?
While taking the extended-release form of
this medicine, part of the tablet may pass in
You and your child should know the names
of all the medicines he or she is taking.
Share this information with anyone
involved in your child’s care. Please bring
• muscle twitching • possible weight loss
Check the label and expiration date before
giving each dose. Ask your pharmacist what
to do with outdated or unused medicines. If
there is no “take-back” program empty them
The person taking this medicine should not
drive, operate machinery, or do anything
else that could be dangerous until it is
container and away from direct sunlight or
known if he or she has any side effects to
heat. Do not store in humid places such as
the bathroom. Keep them out of children’s
When should I call the clinic?
medicine on hand. Each time you refill your
prescription, check to see how many refills
are left. If no refills are left, the pharmacist
will need 2 or 3 days to contact the clinic to
• irregular (fast or pounding) heartbeat
• confusion or hallucinations (hearing or
If too much or the wrong kind of medicine is
taken, call the Poison Control Center at
• seizures or convulsions (uncontrollable
unconscious or has a seizure, call 911.
• trouble breathing - call 911 Questions? What else do I need to know?
This sheet is not specific to your child but provides general information. If you have
This medicine should not be used in
any questions, please call your clinic or
children with a history of eating disorders or
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