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yelate duloxetine
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Hi the doctor prescribed me the yelate duloxetine for depression and neuropathic pain. I'm paralized for about 2 and a half years now and I can't afford to gain more weight as one of my other prescribed pills also have a weight gain as side effect. Will the weight gain be a problem ## Hello, Leonie! How are you? Actually, the U.S. FDA associates this medication with weight loss, far more frequently than weight gain. You ma also experience nausea, dizziness, headache, anxiety, and dry mouth. Is there anything else I can help with? ...
Updated 1 year ago in Duloxetine.
Thu, Sep 29 '16, 9:24 PM
Duloxetine Medication
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I've recently been prescribed Epitec in the evening and Duloxetine for chronic pain syndrome. I suffer from anxiety and depression. Sometimes I experience panic disorder, also borderline bipolar. I've been taking Tramacet in the morning and Cipramil and pax in the evening. I feel afraid to start my new meds... ## Hello, Stoffel! How are you? The U.S. FDA lists the typical side effects of Epitec as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, mood swings and weight gain. Duloxetine may cause nausea, dizziness, headache, dry mouth and weight changes. What issues are you afraid of? Perhaps if you're more specific, those can be addressed to better help you. Have you started taking them, yet? ...
Updated 1 year ago in Duloxetine.
Tue, Apr 26 '16, 2:14 PM
Duloxetine gr 20mg caps
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I have just been prescribed these for a major bout of depression i would like to hear any opinions on them ## Just like any other medication, there are those who get great results with it and those that don't. The only thing you can really do is try it and see if it helps you. Duloxetine is an SNRI antidepressant and it may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, dry mouth and weight changes. Learn more Duloxetine details here. Does anyone else have any advice or experiences to share? ...
Updated 4 years ago in Duloxetine.
Fri, Apr 19 '13, 1:28 PM
duloxetine, 20 mg, by citron
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Okay, we all suspect that phthalates are bad for you-- they mess up the reproductive system in lab animals. Cosmetic manufacturers are scrambling to remove them from their products because women are afraid they may be absorbed thru the skin. So why is the FDA allowing this suspect stuff to be in medications you take orally... like the generic Cymbalta (duloxtetine, 20mg) manufactured by Citron??? Especially since the majority of people having problems the drug treats, are women. ...
Updated 4 months ago in Duloxetine.
Sat, Jun 10 '17, 12:28 AM
Generic Cymbalta - Duloxetine
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Continued from preceding post: After a couple of weeks I felt like someone else, not me. This is not acceptable. If the delivery mechanism of a drug makes it different from the brand, then how can it be deemed bioequivalent? Being unable to experience positive emotions and feeling that my head is in a vise? No thanks. Back on brand and yes, it's a fortune, but given the alternative... Generic Meds for mood disorders do not seem to be held to the same standard as drugs for physical disorders. Or am I being too "subjective"? ...
Updated 3 years ago in Cymbalta.
Wed, Aug 20 '14, 2:02 PM
Generic Cymbalta (Duloxetine)
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Cymbalta's generic, duloxetine, was given to me by my pharmacy without notifying me of the change. I'd been taking Brand at night, 120 mg. for four plus years and the drug made a tremendous difference in quality of life. On the generic I had insomnia from the get go, felt depressed and exhausted during the day, and didn't figure it out for several days because the generic capsules are exactly the same colors as the Brand. (There ought to be a law...) Dr. suggested I then try taking it in the morning; then at dinnertime, but was still unable to sleep for more than three hours at a time, even after thirty hours of wakefulness. Feeling spaced out during the day made it Impossible to function normally, and eyes were still wide open at night. After a couple of weeks I felt like s... ...
Updated 3 years ago in Cymbalta.
Tue, Sep 30 '14, 4:29 PM
subsitute for duloxetine60mg
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IS THERE A DRUG THAT CAN DO WHAT DULOXETINE60MG WITHOUT CAUSEING YOU TO GAIN WEIGHT? ## Hello, Vickie! How are you? What are you taking it to treat? This information would better enable me to answer your question. For example, if you're taking it for anxiety and/or depression, then I'd suggest asking your doctor about Prozac/Fluoxetine. It is classified by the FDA as an SSRI antidepressant and is well known to not cause the weight gain than many others do. As a matter of fact, it has sometimes caused weight loss, along with nausea, dizziness, headache and dry mouth. ...
Updated 2 years ago in Prozac.
Wed, Feb 25 '15, 2:49 PM
Duloxetine for pain / how does it work?
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My Dr prescribed this TEVA 7543 for my chronic lower back pain. How does it work? I don't have depression and Duloxetine is an antidepressant. ## The FDA has discovered that many medications in this class can also help with certain types of nerve pain, but it may take 4 to 5 weeks, before you know how well it will work for you. Its typical side effects are listed as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, dry mouth, mood swings, and weight gain. How long have you been taking it? ## Going to start Dulan (Duloxetine) 20 mg with Inderal. I have pain in my arms, shoulder and neck. Especially at night. I can't bend my arms due to pain and discomfort. I stay awake most nights. Pain gets worse after intercourse. Hope this will help improve my symptoms. ## I have been diagnosed ... ...
Updated 29 days ago in Duloxetine.
Thu, Sep 21 '17, 6:38 AM
Just Started Duloxetine Two Days Ago
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I feel swimmy and very out of body, sort of. I don't have any sense of time and seem pretty confused. i have taken two 30 mg capsules, one yesterday morning, and one this morning. I plan to never touch one again. Any thoughts or advice? And to all who suffer, may you win your battles in your time and find sweet rest. Thanks. ## Hello, Rick! How are you doing? Those can be normal side effects, when you first start this medication. Things usually improve, after about 4 to 6 weeks, once your body adjusts to the medication. Other side effects may include dry mouth and weight changes. What others have you tried? What condition have you been diagnosed with? ...
Updated 3 years ago in Cymbalta.
Thu, Aug 28 '14, 5:41 PM
what are the side effect of duloxetine
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Hi i am 29 years old I am suffering from Chiari I Malformation My doctor prescribed me the Duloxetine drug, i am taking this since last 7 months i just want to know, is it harmful if i take for a year & which side effects i will be face ? ## You should take the medication as prescribed by your doctor. The NIH lists the typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, dry mouth, mood swings, and weight changes. Are you on any other medications, or just this one? ...
Updated 5 months ago in Duloxetine.
Sun, Apr 30 '17, 11:46 PM
duloxetine on script says avoid excessive sunlight
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I have been prescribed duloxetine and on the box from pharmacist it says avoid excessive sunlight ## Hello, Kathy! How are you? Yes, that is common with many medications, they can make you more sensitive to the effects of the sun, so you may burn much faster than usual, or become overheated much sooner than normal. Other typical side effects, as listed by the FDA, may possibly include nausea, dizziness, headache, dry mouth and weight gain. Is there anything else I can help with? ...
Updated 1 year ago in Duloxetine.
Fri, Jan 22 '16, 1:50 PM
what is zimbalta
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uses ## The correct drug name is Cymbalta, the active ingredient is Duloxetine. This is an antidepressant, it is also sometimes used to help with pain and pain associated with depression. Some of the most common side effects include nausea, drowsiness and insomnia. ...
Updated 9 years ago in Cymbalta.
Thu, Apr 24 '08, 1:10 PM
sluoxetine equivalent
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Is this drug in the family of drugs with cymbalta or could it be substituted for cymbalta ## Hello, Larry! How are you? Did you mean Duloxetine? That is the active ingredient in Cymbalta, so its what the generics would be called. The FDA classifies this medication as an SSNRI antidepressant. Its typical side effects may possibly include nausea, dizziness, headache, dry mouth, mood swings and weight changes. Is there anything else I can help with? ...
Updated 2 years ago in Cymbalta.
Fri, Apr 24 '15, 1:12 PM
Cymgen 60
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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... ...
Updated 6 years ago in Duloxetine.
Sun, May 22 '11, 10:18 AM
Cymgen medication
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what exactly is cymgen? ## Cymgen contains the active ingredient Duloxetine, this is an SSNRI antidepressant. Common side effects may include: nausea, drowsiness, dry mouth and weight gain. Read more: Is there anything else I can help with? ## I am on cymgen 60mg and I would like to go off the medication. How do I go about doing that I want to get weaned off the medication. It is making me dizzy and making me very nauseas. ## Raihanah, have you discussed it with your doctor? How long have you been taking it? Weaning may not be necessary, if you haven't been taking it for a long time. However, if you have been on it for quite awhile, then you doctor would be the person best suited to help you with a taper schedule. ## I've been on Cymgen 30mg for 3mo (reduced by my GP from the 60... ...
Updated 4 years ago in Duloxetine.
Fri, Apr 05 '13, 3:16 AM
My wife has lost all emotional contact with me
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Hello everyone my wife has been taking cymbalta duloxetine 60mg twice a day for the passed 6 years now we have 3 children and live in a lovely house in the country side everything is as good as I could ever make it I love my wife more than words could ever say but she has become empty cut off and loveless she tells me she doesn't what to change she docent want me to leave these tablets have cut off all her emotion and left a bear shell of a woman who could never bear to even thinking about coming off these drugs she can't see that isn't normal to feel nothing and docent want to change that I have been married for 12 years I have 3 of the most beautiful children in the world I can't leave my children I love my wife so much as well but I can't see how to move forward I... ...
Updated 4 years ago in Cymbalta.
Thu, Jan 03 '13, 8:40 PM
labetalol side effects
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Is Labetalol HCL compatible with Prednisone 10 mg + Chlorthalidone 10 mgm + Duloxetine 60 mgm + Amlodipine? My husband has been taking these drugs and has begun to hallucinate! ## Hello, Joanie! How is your husband doing? Has there been any change? It is difficult to say what might be cause it, it could be due to one of these medications, or it may be unrelated. According to NIH reports, hallucinations can occur for many different reasons. Has his doctor been consulted? Having this checked out would be the best way to get to the root of the problem. ## My husband is doing slightly better...thanks for asking! I cut back on the Labetalol and at the doctor's suggestion, stopped his Duloxetine for three days. We will see if this stops the hallucinations ans the night restlessness. ...
Updated 9 months ago in Labetalol.
Tue, Dec 27 '16, 12:37 PM
side effect on cymbalta
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i just what are the side effects on cymbalta ## Cymbalta contains the active ingredient Duloxetine, this is an SSNRI antidepressant. Common side effects may include: nausea, drowsiness, dry mouth and headache. You can read more on it here: Do you have any other questions? ...
Updated 7 years ago in Cymbalta.
Mon, Oct 26 '09, 7:28 PM
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Is amitriptyline the same medicine as Cymbalta? ## No, Cymbalta is Duloxetine, it is an SSNRI, selective seratonin and norepenephrine reuptake inhibitor. Cymbalta Info Click Here ## Amitriptyline is a generic for Elavil, so a different drug, entirely. Amitriptyline Info Click Here ...
Updated 11 years ago in Amitriptyline.
Fri, Jun 16 '06, 9:57 AM
Cym Gen 30mg Info
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I need to know the Long Term Effects of taking Cymgen for longer than 6months and will my depression be cured after taking the drug for a while? ## This medication contains the active ingredient Duloxetine, it is an SSNRI antidepressant. The common side effects you can expect may include: nausea, drowsiness, dry mouth and weight gain. However, these should actually taper off, after a few weeks, as your body adjusts to the medication. As to your depression being cure, that really depends on what is causing it. If it is just due to some temporary things that are happening in your life and they clear up, then the medication may be just enough help to get you through this rough patch. However, if your depression is caused by other issues, such as mental illness, then it will more than likel... ...
Updated 5 years ago in Duloxetine.
Thu, Jun 07 '12, 9:05 AM

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