Cymbalta And Prestique

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Have been on cymbalta and now prrestique....nausea every day and very constipated...have been seeing my gastro dr. and think that the meds have been the reason.

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Verwon Says:

Unfortunately, most prescription medications can cause both of these side effects, you may also experience: drowsiness, dizziness and headache.

They should wear off as your body adjusts to the medication.

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jake Says:

Has anyone had the experience of the medication prestique not dissolving and coming out whole in your stool? I know it sounds gross but it happened to me. I will spare you the gorey details. I took just 2 doses, diarrhea with jelly like squares (prestique). this is a new med for me..

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Cindy MacLennan Says:

Previous history of cymbalta use for 6months. I had terrible withdrawals from the med. My MD swicthed me to Pristiqu a month ago. I have gained 10lb in 2 weeks, I'm so swollen and it has increased my asthma symptoms or I just have so much extra fluid

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elaine Says:

Like Jake, I have had the experience of prestique coming out whole in my stool--jelly like with white stuff inside--looks like a large piece of corn!! I was very depressed on the 5 occasions that this has happened--didn't know what it was, but after reading Jake's post, I am calling my dr, tomorrow--switching back to cymbalta!! Yikes!!! :(

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