Cymbalta And Fatigue

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autahgal Says:


I have been on Cymbalta for years now for depression and it works. My only problem is I have fatigue in the morning and afternoon, and its most common after eating. I have been diagnosed with mild sleep apnea and use a machine, but the fatigue will still be there. I have high blood pressure and thyroid issues. I have talked to doctor after doctor. I eat healthy and I exercise in the morning. I lost weight, and I still feel the fatigue. I don't drink caffeine, so coffee is not an option. This morning was worse, as I felt like I needed to get out and run around my car



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Verwon Says:

That can be a normal side effect of this medication, but it could also be due to depression and other health issues, according to NIH studies.

What type of doctor's have you been consulting? It sounds like there could be something else going on here.

What medication do you take for your high blood pressure and thyroid issue? Those can also cause fatigue, according to the FDA.



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My regular doctor, sleep dr, psychiatrist. I also take losaratan and levythyroxine

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