Im a 22 year old female and I started getting facial tics about 8 months ago. That was about 3 months after I started taking Welbutrin. The tics have gotten to the point were I am doing them at LEAST once every two minutes. It is driving me out of my mind. I went to a neurologist and he had me take a CAT scan and EEG. The only result was a slight risk for seizures. He put me on seroquel, and that was it. He said he doesnt think its the Welbutrin. Even though he is a great doctor, I truly believe that this more then just a benign tic disorder. There has to a reason for this. Has anyone had any experience with this topic. Im too old to have tourettes. Anyone know what else could be going on? Id love to hear someone elses opinion, I can't stand this anymore.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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