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Dizziness, whooshing sound when looking right or left. Taking Welbutrin. Will discomfort go away?

hello, recently i was anti depression meds, then i went off them cause i ran out, then i started to feel weird when i looked to the far right or far left. Like i was a bit dizzy, and i could hear like a woosh sound as my eyes hit far right or left. I am now on Welburtin xl meds, for 3 days now, wondering if these weird things will go away soon?
Asked On : Tue, 13 Nov 2012
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Hi ellismaster ! If you close or press your eye internally or look left, right give woosh sound. Wash your eye with cold water, take orange juice , tea, and if you feel dizzy whole day. Then yes it is due to drug. Ask doctor for drug change. One thing i am always saying, if person is taking anti depression pill, don't completely depend upon medicine. Do exercise and make a hobbies. Bye be healthy. One thing more check are you anemic or with high B.P. Too.
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