Missed Cymgen 60mg - Side Effects?

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Kezia Says:


I accidentally lost my Cymgen 60mg while on holiday and it was two days before I was able to get it again. The first day without it I experienced what I can only describe as a "zing" in my head. It's like I can see an electric pulse and feel the vibrations down my body. It's a sharp and quick sensation. Usually occurring when I stand up, or when I move around too much. The second day it got increasingly worse and I started a migraine.
Is this normal?



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Verwon Says:

Yes, any time you've been taking a medication for awhile and suddenly miss a few doses, or stop taking it abruptly, it's normal to experience some mild withdrawal and rebound effects.

Cymgen contains the active ingredient Duloxetine, which is an SNRI antidepressant and they can be especially problematic, since they work on brain chemicals.

Learn more Cymgen details here.

In the future, you may want to try to be more careful with your medication to make sure this doesn't happen again.

Are you feeling better now?

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Motaugu Says:

I have Rheumatiod Athritis, I take the following medication,Salazopyrine (2) daily, Nafasol when needed,Omeprazole when taking Nafasol ,Folic acid 1 or 2 daily, Methotrexate (10) weekly, Cymgen 1 daily,Calciferol ,1 weekly.
I have abruptly stopped Cymgen without informing my doctor, and I experience problems of extreme memory lapses,recall and fatigue. i feel electric shocks when sleeping. Could these be withdrawal symptoms


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Les Says:
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I have been taking Cymgen30 once a day for 3 years. I have NO side effects. Has worked wonders. A month ago I started taking Palexia CR and Alxam 5 3 x day for chronic neck pain. Also immediate pain relief. Amazing, however, I am feeling tired and drowsy. Will this improve?

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