Wellbutrin 75 mg Tablets
Of the two strengths of Wellbutrin® (bupropion hydrochloride) on the market, Wellbutrin 75 mg tablets are the lowest strength available. A healthcare provider may prescribe Wellbutrin to treat depression (also known as major depression or clinical depression). The dose of Wellbutrin your healthcare provider recommends will vary depending on a number of factors, such as your age, other medical conditions you may have, and other medications you are currently taking (including vitamins and herbal supplements).
The recommended starting Wellbutrin dosage for treating depression is Wellbutrin 100 mg twice daily. After three days, your healthcare provider may increase your dose to Wellbutrin 100 mg three times daily. To help avoid seizures, each individual dose should not exceed 150 mg, and you should not take more than 450 mg total per day. Also, your healthcare provider should increase your dose slowly.
For people with liver problems (such as liver failure or cirrhosis), the maximum dose is Wellbutrin 75 mg tablets, taken once daily.
(Click Wellbutrin Dosage for more information on using Wellbutrin 75 mg tablets for treating depression. This article also discusses tips on effectively using Wellbutrin, as well as factors that may affect your dosage.)