In the United States, Zyban has been prescribed to more than 5 million smokers since it was approved by the FDA, as a prescription anti-smoking drug in 1997. Previously, it was available as an antidepressant under the brand name Wellbutrin.
--Suicidal thoughts or behavior
--Anxiety, agitation, or panic attacks
--Hostility or aggressiveness
--Engaging in unusual or dangerous activities
--Restlessness or an inability to sit still
--Extreme elation or feelings of happiness that may switch back and forth with a depressed or sad mood
--Other unusual changes in behavior
--A rapid heart rate
--Feelings of jitteriness or restlessness
--Signs of an allergic reaction, including:
Difficulty breathing or swallowing.
If you or a loved one has used the prescription drug Zyban and noticed adverse side effects, such as those listed above, you should contact a physician immediately. If you wish to discuss your legal rights, are interested in more information on Zyban litigation, or if you have information about a case that you would like to share with us, please contact the law offices of Keller & Keller LLP for a free consultation concerning your potential rights. Keller & Keller LLP has office locations in Indiana, Michigan and New Mexico and will be able to evaluate your potential case at no cost to you.