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If I decreased the wellbutrin (450mg) would that make me less tired since i've been fatigued and sleepy since last may? And recently i've stopped taking the buspar without doctors consent, is that a good idea because i'm tired of being tired all the time?
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replied September 5th, 2005
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Never change your medication without your dr's. O.K. As this can be dangerous. Please talk to your Dr.
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