I agree-try to use the vicodin as a last resort. As far as the 2 together, I'm not sure. I'm not on wellbutrin, but after I had a car accident last year I was prescribed vicodin for the neck pain that occurred. The nurse practitioner (that I was seeing for my psych issues) said that I should of never had it prescribed in the first place with my bipolar meds. Long story short--I see a different psychiatrist now and he's aware that I take 1-2 vicodin per week (for tension headaches). Him and my family doctor see no problem with it. As mentioned, it is very habit forming--be careful. I'm a registered nurse who used to work for a pain specialist, and it was alarming to see how many people abuse this particular medication . Some patients used to take it like candy. On the other hand, it's been great for my pain associated with tension headaches. I proceed cautiously and try an over-the-counter remedy before I reach for the vicodin bottle though. I guess what I'm trying to say is make sure everyone participating in your health care knows your current list of meds.
"If He leads you to it, He'll help you through it."