I've been on Wellbutrin for a year now.
My anxiety and paranoia are gone. I'm more lucid during the day. I'm not depressed or suicidal. So basically, everything this drug is advertised to get rid of... it does.
While I'm not depressed, I'm not exactly... there? I'm used to feeling extremes in emotions, so being on this medication... I feel very indifferent and neutral when it comes to emotions now. Take that as you will. If you like drinking alcohol a lot, say goodbye. You can have 1 or 2 drinks on Wellbutrin, but if you go beyond that you'll get sick quickly. The medicine gets you drunker faster, but alcohol is also counteractive to the medicine's purpose. The next day, you become disoriented and feel icky. The only big drawback I've seen on Wellbutrin, that was never mentioned to me, is memory loss. Before Wellbutrin, I had terrific short term memory. My long-term memory is fine, but I have the HARDEST time remembering things. Like, I'll be walking through the kitchen and remember to get something upstairs. Half way through my walk, I'll forget what I need. My doctors say it's because of lack of fluids, but I've researched it online and a lot of people experience this. Their memory comes back once they get off the med. though.