Does wellbutrin (bupropion) affect your memory?

No. Wellbutrin (bupropion) does not affect your memory unless 1) you were very forgetful while depressed, and wellbutrin (bupropion) improves both your depression and your memory, or 2) you have a rare toxic reaction to wellbutrin (bupropion). In fact, wellbutrin (bupropion) is sometimes used to treat people with attention deficit disorder (add), and as such, could improve attention, comprehension, and memory.
In a good way. It helps depression & impaired concentration that looks like dementia in some cases goes with depression. Too much wellbutin or in combination with other meds with anticholinergic side effects could cause a delirium with memory problems.

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Does wellbutrin (bupropion) affect your memory? If so, does it cause permanent damage? I have been on it ~2 years and find my memory/learning impaired.

NO ! Utrin is not a cause of progressive memory lossif anything it should improve memory by treating depression may be your depression is not fully treated see a specialist. Read more...
Improves it. Mostly bupropion improves memory. It fights underlying conditions which can impair memory (depression, attention deficit, dementia, fatigue, stress, vascular effects on brain, frontal-lobe conditions). Probably the underlying condition has worsened over 2 years. Your doctor should evaluate this with you. Rarely bupropion agitates the nervous system and leads to tremor, restlessness, miniseizure. Read more...

Does Wellbutrin (bupropion) help for improving memory and concetration?

Possible. Since depression can affect secondarily both focus and concentration, and will certainly impede memory, the Wellbutrin (bupropion) may alleviate most if not all of your issues. Read more...