Do side effects of Cymbalta go away?

Answer Like most medications, Cymbalta's side effects diminish over time for most users. The most common reported side effects by those taking Cymbalta are nausea, drowsiness, and headache. Most users rep... Read More »

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Are headaches common side effects of Cymbalta?

The Mayo Clinic lists headaches as a common side effect of the prescription antidepressant Cymbalta (duloxetine hydrochloride). As many as 16 percent of patients who take the drug for depression ex... Read More »

When stopping taking cymbalta what is the side effects?

If you stop taking Cymbalta altogether there may be some withdrawal symptoms, including insomnia, anorexia, canker sores, strange impulses and sensations, and many more. It is important to contact ... Read More »

Side Effects That Might Occur Switching from Lexapro to Cymbalta?

Depression is a condition that affects millions of Americans on a daily basis, with varying degrees of intensity. Consequently, drug companies are constantly formulating and testing new medications... Read More »

What are the effects of cymbalta during pregnancy?

my answer to this would be yes i took benadryl throught my whole pregnancy because i was itchy and had skin rashes all the time from being pregnant but everyone is different you should consult your... Read More »