Can You Get High From Duloxetine

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Dulane 20

doctor priscribe dulane 20 tablet for my neck pain, when i am take these capsule, i have feel nousia and Hyper acidity very high, please advice i have to take any medicine with Dulane 20 for Side efectes? ## Dulane contains the active ingredient Duloxetine, it is an SNRI antidepressant, that can help with some types of nerve pain. The nausea is a normal side effect. I'm not finding anything on the acidity, but it is always possible with medications. Have you been laying down, shortly after taking it? As to what else you can take to help, you should really speak to your doctor about that. I don't know what country you are in, to know what is available to you and I also don't know your complete medical history. You may be able to use something as simple as a calcium based anta... ...

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Cymgen 60

The dr prescribed me cymgen and I am very afraid of gaining weight as I already struggle with my weight. Is there anything I can do to ensure that I dont gain weight? ## Cymgen contains the active ingredient Duloxetine, which is an SNRI antidepressant and while this class of medications is known to cause some weight gain, it is usually not significant. That's why they are chosen, by many doctors, over the SSRI class, for patients with weight issues. As to making certain you don't gain any, there are a few things you can try that may help. One is to keep track of your eating habits, since this effects brain chemicals, it is highly possible that it could cause your appetite to become increased, which could result in your eating more food than you actually need. Thus, you should tr... ...

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Cymbalta 60 Side Effects

I have been taking Cymbalta for 6 yrs. along with Wellbutrin(150mg.) could it cause sores in my mouth? could it cause my hands to shake once in a while? ## Hi Mary, One of the side effects of Cymbalta (Duloxetine) is an "uncontrollable shaking of a part of the body". It can also cause blisters or peeling skin, rashes, hives, swelling in the face, and unfortunately, much more than this. The link below lists the vast majority of possible side effects, but I would highly recommend talking to your doctor about switching medications or opting for a natural alternative to this prescription if the side effects are too persistent or severe: I hope this info helps! ## I have been taking Cymbalta for many years,and I see that I have many of the symptoms. What I fear is that the effect th... ...

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