Amitriptyline Withdrawls

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Kristi Says:
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I have been taking amitripfyline 100mg for about 3 years. My doctor has switched me to Cymbalta 60mg and I seem to be having some nasty withdrawls. My head feels all fuzzy and I'm having zapping sensations. i don't feel like myself. Does anyone know something I can do about it?



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Verwon Says:

Hello, Kristi! How are you? Has anything changed?

It is normal to experience side effects, when stopping one medication, according to the NIH, you are also likely experiencing side effects from starting the new one. Other symptoms you may experience are listed as possibly including nausea, dry mouth, mood swings and weight changes.

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