What are side effects of cymbalta?
the answer to you questions is that people get the same side effects that they do on lower doses. I am a psychiatrist and has used cymbalta at 90mg and 120mg in very select patients. I only increase it over 60mg if the patient is having no side effects. If they start to have side effects at these higher doses, i have them lower the dose back to where they were. Those who were able… Read More
For women, less natural lube is produced. Also, it appears for the sex drive to be reduced while taking Cymbalta.
Combining Cymbalta with an SSRI is not a great idea, because Cymbalta already has serotonin re-uptake inhibition action. Side-effects will likely be significantly worsen. So, if are indeed decided to do so, I would suggest an SSRI which has not so great side effect profile like Escitalopram (Lexapro/Cipralex) or Citalopram (Celexa). Watch out for sexual 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 your prescribing physician about a gradual decline in dosage until you can weine yourself off of Cymbalta. For more information about common side effects of withdrawal from Cymbalta, visit the site listed below:
Cymbalta can be addictive, and people who stop taking it can experience withdrawal symptoms. Other side effects associated with Cymbalta include fatigue, body aches, gastritis and urinary tract problems.
It really depends on whether you take Cymbalta alone or together with other drugs. try www.ehealthme.com. eHealthMe may have the answers specific to your conditions.
My side effects lasted until I was put onto a new medication. If you're weaned off properly, there shouldn't be any side effects, but my Dr. didn't bother to do that and I was miserable and sick for over a week.
When I began Cymbalta I had generalized itching. Within two weeks this progressed to hives on my hands and feet. I discontinued the drug and these side effects subided in about a weeks time.
No... it's not an official side effect. However it shouldn't be mixed with blood thinners and new side-effects are still being reported. I have been on Cymbalta for a few years (shortly after it came out) and the known side effects then (2005) was a much shorter list than it is today. I've had problems with stomach bleeding from taking it with ibuprofen as well as syncope due from severe hypotension(low blood pressure) because of… Read More
Yes you can take Benadryl with Cymbalta. In fact, many people who experience awful side effects while trying to wean off of Cymbalta have found that a 25 mg. dose of Benadryl helps to relive major withdrawal symptoms. As always, check with Doctor.
Marijuana is an effective antidepressant and will work with the cymbalta to ease your depression. Marijuana has no harmful side effects. I replaced zoloft with marijuana. It works allot better and I'm still alive and healthy.
I took both of them together, and I had no bad side effects. Are you taking them for fibromyalgia, or depression or what? Cymbalta works for my depression, but does nothing for my fibro, and neither does Lyrica. Lyrica just made me fat and bloated.
No, intensifies drug. Serious side effects, renders one a danger to himself/ herself and others. Bad combo!
all I know is that I had never had any kind of kidney problem, but within 2-3 days of taking cymbalta just a couple of times (doc gave me a sample), I had my first kidney stones. I am convinced there was a connection, as Cymbalta does have urinary-related side effects.
One of the most instant issuses of Cymbalta, as with many anti-depressants, is nausea... and sometimes even vomiting due to the nausea. Depending on an indiviuals body chemistry, Cymbalta can also cause dry mouth, fatigue, weight gain, insomnia, decreased appitiate and sweating. One infamous side effect of Cymbalta with younger patients is increased thoughts of suicide, drastically increased heart beat and mania in patients who are being treated for bipolar disorder. Cymbalta helps a lot… Read More
Side effects of cymbalta includes dry mouth, tiredness, drowsiness,loss of appetite, mild nausea,constipation, dizziness, yellowing of skin and eyes, dark urine, clay coloured stools, agitation, hallucinations, accelerated heart rate, overactive reflexes, rigid muscles, high fever, sweating, tremors, confusion, uneven or rapid heartbeats etc.
You shouldn't be concerned with the side effects while using any recreational drugs--isn't that the point? If you're asking whether you'll have a major medical reaction to crank because you're taking Cymbalta--The answer is no. If you have a severe negative reaction to crank it's because you're body does not handle it well. This has no correlation with anti-depressants. Generally speaking, expect a headache when you're coming down off of any uppers regardless of taking… Read More
What happens if you snort Adderall while taking Cymbalta and Seroquel and vistaril and Klonopin and Protonix?
Answer Someone is really looking for a trip to the Psyche ward with a possible ending at the morgue. Take what is prescribed for you, the possible side effects and negative interactions have been taken into consideration by your physician. Adderall helps my Cymbalta, leave that other stuff alone.
Go and see your GP or Psychiatrist, you need to discuss with them why you want to change. It may be due to side effects or you feel it is not working, but the bottom line you need to speak to them. Cymbalta works good for certain people and in others it doesn't. Compared to the other SSRI's antidepressants it is not as good- more side effects and not as efficient IE longer depressive symptoms… Read More
I have been taking CLA and Cymblata together for a little over a week and have not noticed any adverse side effects, however I am taking only 60mg of Cymbalta and only half of the daily max recommended amount of CLA. I also weigh 220 lbs, so consider your own body weight and dosage.
My Dr just changed me from 20mg of Lexapro to 60 mg of cymbalt. I have been on Lexapro for years He put me just with in one week 60 MG OF Cymbalta. They are checking for fybromyajiga.
I've noticed that cymbalta and wellbutrin didn't cause dizziness, but as with every anti-depressant i have ever tried (and i've been on a great many of them) so far, every single one causes moderate to severe dizziness for a few days when you go off of them. In my opinion as far as fewest side effects go, cymbalta is the best one to try.
Cymbalta side effects/symptoms after stopping it, even low dosage, can be quite unpleasant and frightening. Those so called "zaps" in the head that some people have discussed online, can continue for quite a while. I consider it a drug not to be used unless absolutely necessary and even then recommend you be monitored closely. Not so impressed! The price of this drug is outragious!
You should be withdrawing from Cymbalta as gradually as possible. You should expect to spend a couple of weeks at each lower dose, at an absolute minimum you should be spending a few weeks at 30mg before stopping altogether. If you are withdrawing too quickly and you cannot cope with the effects of withdrawal then you should go back to your doctor and arrange to withdraw more slowly. Once you have Cymbalta back in your… Read More
I am a pharmacist and have seen the two used together...Cymbalta is a SNRI and can sometimes cause insomnia (usually used once daily). Prescribers may add trazodone once nightly and it is helpful for this side effect caused by Cymbalta.
There is a mild-to-moderate risk. While the side effects are not fatal, using these medications together "...may increase side effects such as dizziness, drowsiness, and difficulty concentrating. Some people may also experience some impairment in thinking and judgment." Thus, you should certainly ask your doctor or your pharmacist about whether you need to take these two medications together. There may be other options for you.
There is no known interaction between cipro and cymbalta. So you *should* be fine. Note that cymbalta is pretty new, and it's had a checkered past with the FDA, so you really should be having this chat with your doctor who, in turn, should be watching you pretty closely, as cymbalta has quite a few physiological side-effects. This is one I'd very much avoid self-medicating with. Honestly, I've been on Cymbalta now for just over… Read More
you will get serotonin discounted syndrome!
Cymbalta is an SNRI, meaning it increases both serotonin and norepinephrine, while lexapro is an SSRI, meaning it increases only serotonin. These drugs that inhibit the reuptake of neurotransmitters MUST BE SWITCHED GRADUALLY. If switching from cymbalta to lexapro, the physician should induce a "step-down" therapy on the cymbalta while inducing a "step-up" therapy on lexapro. This ensures a level amount of drug in the blood, and minimizes the chance of recurrence and adverse effects.
On the contrary, side effects are undesirable. A good effect is the intended effect, not a side effect. It is the unintended, bad effects that are considered to be side effects.
I started taking Cymbalta two weeks ago and on about day three I noticed that every morning I have big, black, puffy bags under my eyes. I could chalk it up to the lack of sleep I'm experiencing, which is a side effect of the Cymbalta, but I think it's more than lack of sleep. I think it's an additional side effect. I've lost sleep many many nights when I was not taking Cymbalta and… Read More
Some people taking Zoloft might have some side effects. The most common Zoloft side effects are dry mouth, insomnia, sexual side effects, diarrhea, nausea, and sleepiness. Not everyone gets this side effects.
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It depends on many things: what you were taking Pristiq for in the first place, what dosage, what you've tried before, what side effects you suffered from with Pristiq, etc. The best alternative (as in, most equivalant switch) would be Cymbalta which is the only other approved SNRI (subtype of antidepressant that includes Effexor, Pristiq and Cymbalta). Effexor also, but Pristiq is the "upgraded" version of Effexor already (as Lexapro is the "upgraded" version of… Read More
There are some side effects. The major side effect is the death.
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