Cymbalta for Borderline treatment

We have 739 consumer reports for treatment of Borderline with Cymbalta. Borderline used in 2% of cases.

Patients statistics on Borderline for Cymbalta


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Average height in Ft
5′ 5″
5′ 9″

Average age

Cymbalta Circle Diagram 16 consumers of 739 reported about Borderline

  1. Constance C. Blum says:
    3.0 rating

    Cymbalta for Borderline

    I switched from Efexor to Cymbalta because I was always so sweaty. My former therapist thought it would get better but nothing is. With every little movement I sweat so much that my hair is wet and I have to change my clothes. Especially in the cold season, this is very tedious. Actually, you are freezing but still you are drenched. Next it has my desire for sex or even the ¨Nähe¨ totally turned off. I even began to despise affection. I have heard sirens, ringing and sometimes even shouts of names. Apart from that, I’ve always seen animals or shadows in my outermost corners of my eye. Now I plan to change again and just go through hell. I do not eat anymore, I just eat. I have the feeling I stuff everything into me what lies ahead. I also have this cirrus in my head. I do not even have to move to feel it. Dizziness and extreme emotional fluctuations plague me. And, joy prevails, now I even sweat, if I do not even move. My yesterday’s dinner came back by speed mail and I always have problems with my throat and throat. My right almond suddenly swells again and then becomes normal again. I feel like my whole air supply is blocked and I get a lot of air when I breathe through my nose. I am totally exhausted and weakened. Yesterday I could hardly cook in the evening because the whisk seemed to me like a concrete block. I’m always craving something to eat. But I’m getting sick of it right away and the only thing that has not bothered me so far was these chocolate bons. I have now gained 4 kilos after a week and do not feel well at all, because I already had enough on the scales. With the constant sweating and this Gesurre in mind I avoid it to go out. I’m totally beside the track but I’m not giving up now. From Monday I get new meds and let’s see what they do.

  2. Betty W. Roberts says:
    3.5 rating

    Cymbalta for Borderline; Depression

    The preparation of the drug ran smoothly. Have taken 120 mg over several months, but can only advise against anyone to take this antidepressant! The psychiatrists claim that this drug is neither addictive nor personality altering, but that is (at least for me) both lied: I had no more mood swings, but I had no mood at all! In the whole months I could not laugh anymore, I was more depressed than before, had lost my libido, loss of drive, loss of interest. By chance I forgot to take my pills 2 weeks ago – after 3 days the withdrawal symptoms appeared: vertigo, nausea, headache, aggression, sensory disturbances, diarrhea, EXTREMELY mood swings (by that I mean weeping and laughing every minute, with intermittent aggression !!!), heart racing, panic, have a cloud in the head …. People: I can HEAR, how my eyes move !!! BUT the GOOD: I can laugh heartily for months now for the first time, can enjoy again, feel good. I experience moods again. And personally, I prefer to lose the nerve, but that means I can enjoy life otherwise! Conclusion: Cymbalta has made everything much worse than it was before. Glad to be rid of it!

  3. Lauren D. Wells says:
    3.5 rating

    Cymbalta for Borderline

    Better tolerability than Tegretal and Citalopram. However, a very high need for sleep and motivation difficulties Since the conversion even sexual desire is present again.

    Side effects: Listlessness; Fatigue