Wellbutrin (bupropion) XL 150mg and propranolol sr 60mg are these ok to take together?

Under supervision. Wellbutrin (bupropion) can potentiate the effects of propranolol. This can be clinically significant and so should be monitored by a doctor. .
Yes, but. Talk w/ your provider about the interaction effect of Wellbutrin (bupropion) on increasing the effects of propranolol. It may need that dosage lowered or just watched. But it's always good to discuss these things anyway. You should be okay. I hope these work well for you and if you have a problem, you can solve it together.
YES!! These two medication can be taken by the same person.
Drug interactions. Per Drugs.Com drug intereaction checker. There is "moderate" risk associated with mix of Buprion and proranolol. This could ^ blood levels / effects of propranolol.

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I take. Propranolol 60mg er. Synthroid 50 mcg. Wellbutrin (bupropion) 100 mg sr and. Zoloft. 75mg. Can I drink alcohol? If I get intoxicated what could happen?

Yes in moderation. Antidepressants can make you more sensitive to alcohol; you can be intoxicated more quickly than usual. A 4 ounce glass of wine should be perfectly safe as long as you are not driving. Risks of intoxicaton include liver disease, impaired motor skills, memory loss, loss of your cell phone and finding yourself in an unexpected relatonship. Read more...
Easy does it. Several things are possible. Your blood pressure could drop lower than it should be, or you could have a blackout. Perhaps of most concern is that you are on 2 antidepressants and every drop of alcohol is a depressant. Your meds are not likely to be fully effective! Read more...
Recommend against. alcohol use with these medications. Per Drugs.Com Drug interaction Checker- “Using bupropion with alcohol may increase the risk of uncommon side effects such as seizures, hallucinations, delusions, paranoia, mood and behavioral changes, depression, suicidal thoughts, anxiety, and panic attacks.” It is also contraindicated wtih zoloft and propranolol. Read more...

Can propranolol and wellbutrin (bupropion) be taken together?

Yes, but... An exaggerated effect of the beta-blocker may be seen with this combination, with slow heart rate, low blood pressure and exacerbation of depression. Cutting the beta-blocker dose and careful monitoring of adverse effects may be required. Read more...
Monitor... Per Drugs.Com drug intereaction checker. There is "moderate" risk associated with mix of Buprion and proranolol. This could ^ blood levels / effects of propranolol. Read more...

I'm on propranolol 60mg er, Synthroid 50mcg, Zoloft 75mg, wellbutrin (bupropion) 150mg sr daily. I think I may have accidently taken all these twice today am I ok?

Likely fine. This is a dangerous thing to do. You watch your heart rate or any signs of weakness. If your heart rate stays between 60 and 100 you should be ok. Please get a pill dispenser. Read more...
? overdose. Assuming you simply took two of everything - i doubt you will have any bad side effects. The Propranolol will reduce your heart rate and BP - so you might feel lightheaded or dizzy and have a slower pulse. The synthroid - no worries. And the same for the zoloft. The wellbutrin (bupropion) may cause you to be a little jumpy but again probably nothing to worry about just figure out what happened. Read more...
You should be ok. Although you should always take your medications as prescribed by your doctor, the extra dose of the medications that you took are still in the therapeutic range; however , if you feel light headed , has palpitation, or has any unusual symptoms, you should contact your doctor or go to the nearest emergency room for evaluation. Read more...

Is it ok to take Wellbutrin (bupropion) and propanolol together?

Usually fine. The simultaneous use of these medications is common and generally safe. . Read more...
Usually - yes. Per Drugs.Com drug intereaction checker. There is "moderate" risk associated with mix of Buprion and proranolol. This could ^ blood levels / effects of propranolol. Read more...

Good sleep hygeine but take trazodone 300mg to sleep as needed, but doesn't always work. Also taking lithium, verapamil, propranolol, bupropion, geodon (ziprasidone)?

alot of meds. For a 19 Y.O. Have your family practice doc/review and decrease number of meds. Read more...
Too many meds. Hard to address sleep in isolation without the bigger picture. I too am struck (and a bit aghast) by the number of meds you're on. This is what some docs do when over their heads-- add one med after another, like throwing spaghetti against the wall, hoping something sticks. Get an in-depth consult with a first-rate psychiatrist who can develop a sound treatment plan and follow up with you. Read more...

Propranolol (40 mg pd, no bradycardia up to 40mg.)didn't really reduced my agitation, any alternative medicine? (together with sertraline&bupropion).Tnx

Agitation. Presumably you got sertraline and buproprion from a psychiatrist. You should consult with that specialist about your agitation. Read more...
Visit your Dr again. You should look for re evaluation at your dr asap to find more help. Read more...
Some options. If you have not tried therapy/counseling yet, that would be my first recommendation. Looking at diet and reducing stimulants could help. Good sleep, exercise, yoga & meditation can help some people. Short term use of Lorazepam can help. Clonidine might help. You didn't mention dose of wellbutrin, (bupropion) but it can be "activating" and cause akathisia in some. Review doses and symptoms with doc. Read more...

Does propranolol decrease the effects of bupropion?

Other issues. Burpopion may increase the effects of Propranolol by affecting its metabolism. This can increase the propranolol's effects on your blood pressure causing it to drop. Discuss it with your physician before anything. Good luck. Read more...

Does Bupropion conflict with propranolol? I'm now taking both. Thanks!

See ans. Wellbutrin (bupropion) may increase the blood level and effect of propanolol. Review with prescribing doctor. If you're doing well on current doses, just take note. Be sure to tell any prescribing doc all meds you take. Read more...