I don't know why it is, but I have had trouble being out in sunshine since I was a teenager. I can remember going out to sunbathe on our deck and feeling giddy after a very short time. Now, I am very fair-skinned, but I could - and did - tan nicely during the summers when I was young, playing outside a lot with neighborhood kids. But the older I got, the more sun- and heat-intolerant I became.
I can remember trying to mow my own lawn once when I couldn't find anyone else to do it. It was blistering hot but the lawn was looking awful - people were commenting on it. I don't know how long I lasted but suddenly I was dizzy and nauseated. Running into the house via the garage, I went down to the floor as soon as I got inside and literally crawled into the basement shower. I managed to turn the cold water on and lay there, fully clothed, until I felt I could get up.
This happened once more when I wasn't even working hard, and it wasn't terribly hot. While visiting my brother i...
Question: Samantha Johnson asked... An hour after I take my Wellbutrin I feel so happy and outgoing and am willing to do anything. But after about an hour I feel mean and angry and just want to be left alone. But if my family leaves me alone I feel like they are ignoring me. Does anyone else feel this way? Answer: Dear Samantha, You can find a profile of Wellbutrin in our medications section. In that information, it lists "mental/mood changes" as a side effect that should be reported to your doctor. I looked up more detailed information about Wellbutrin as well. Mania and paranoia were listed as "serious reactions." Please discuss this with your doctor. It's possible that your dosage needs to be adjusted or that you need to change to a different medication. There's no reason to live with these feelings when your doctor should be able to help you. I hope this situation gets resolved for you soon! About ...
Generic Name: BUPROPION EXTENDED-RELEASE (ANTIDEPRESSANT) -
ORAL Pronounced: (bue-PROE-pee-on) Wellbutrin XL Oral Precautions
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