I have suffered from depression from puberty...I think. I've had Prozac way in the past, and Zoloft. For the past year nearly I've been on Welbutrin XL 150 mg. once a day. I have never been suicidal. Close to it back in my teens but thank God I got through that hurdle. Anyway, It seems with me that 2 weeks out of every month I am in a "funk"...down with a "grey cloud hovering over my head feeling". Then the other 2 wks I'm fine. This has been the way it is with me for years and years...even though I am on medication. Is this normal? Since I am on Welbutrin should this be happening? I mean I know we all are emotional beings....I don't want to be emotionless....but I am a bit confused here. My doctor asks how I am doing...is the Welburtin helping I say I guess I'm doing fine....and yes, I guess it is working...and then it's dropped. Do any of you have experience with Welbutrin? Do any of you still have those grey, "down " days even though you are being treated for depression? Any insight would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.
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