Does anyone here know the difference between Wellbutrin, Wellbutrin SR, and Wellbutrin XL? Which one is best to take? I was just looking up to see if my insurance covers it, which it does but for reason it excludes the 200mg tablets for the Wellbutrin SR (which happens to be the one I was most interested in trying) and it says to use #2 100 mg tablets. As for the other types of wellbutrin, there are no such limitations. Why would there be that limitation on the Wellbutrin SR? and what does the #2 mean? I don't get it. Does anyone know what it might mean? Thanks for any help.
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