Cymbalta With Weight Loss And Gabapentin Hair Loss

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Meana Says:


I have been taking 30 mgs 0f Cymbalta and 300mgs of Gabapentin for about 6 months. I have loss about 30 pounds without trying and have had ALOT of hair loss, it will just drop off my head ! what is that, I have had all kinds of diagnostics, could this be from the 2 meds ??? HELP !



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Verwon Says:

Hello, Meana! How are you?

Yes, it could be from one or both of the medications, though it would be more typical for weight gain to occur.

What type of diet do you normally eat?

Has anything else changed, recently? How old are you?

Have you consulted your doctor? It might be time to try different medications.

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