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Wellbutrin-SR caused seizures in only 0.1 percent of users, comparable to the seizure risk of Prozac and Paxil, and lower than the risk associated with Zoloft (0.2 percent), Luvox (0.2 percent) and Celexa (0.3 percent), according to the 2000 edition of the standard drug reference "Drug Facts and Comparisons." But the damage had been done. Today, a dozen years after its release, with no evidence of unusually high seizure risk, "Drug Facts and Comparisons" still includes a warning about its seizure risk.But there is no such warning for Zoloft, Luvox and Celexa, all of which cause seizures at a higher rate.
And most don't know that several studies have shown that Wellbutrin has sex-enhancing effects.
"To our knowledge," Crenshaw concluded in the Journal of Sex and Marital Therapy (1987), "these results represent the first demonstration in a well-controlled clinical trial of an improvement in sexual dysfunction due to drug treatment." An astonished Crenshaw rushed to tell Burroughs-Wellcome that Wellbutrin was more than just another antidepressant.
It looked promising as the first effective drug treatment for sex problems.
"I've never seen a study showing that any SSRI is significantly superior to Wellbutrin as a treatment for depression," says drug expert Joe Graedon, coauthor with his wife, Teresa, of the "People's Pharmacy" books, syndicated newspaper column and syndicated radio program.
"And like the SSRIs', Wellbutrin's nonsexual side effects are pretty mild and often transient.
I got the feeling they were prudes." "The drug companies have had a historical anti-sexual bias," says Eli Coleman, professor and director of the Human Sexuality Program at the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis.