Dependence effect of Cymbalta

We have 739 consumer reports for Cymbalta. Dependence effect occurred in 1%.

Patients statistics on Dependence side effect for Cymbalta

Female
Male

Average weight in Lbs
216.05
270.07

Average height in Ft
5′ 5″
5′ 8″

Average age
61
63

Cymbalta Circle Diagram 4 consumers of 739 reported about Dependence

  1. David L. Dobbs says:
    4.0 rating

    Cymbalta for Pain (neuropathic); Pain (back); Pain (chronic); Depression

    These are my top drugs without which I could not cope. The side effects are naturally present after a long intake, whereby the dependence is in the foreground. Although the Jurnista (48 mg) somewhat stuns my pain, it also paralyzes everything else from the stomach by taking it orally. Without her but what then? Lyrica frees me from my nervous harassment and that except for the fatigue quite well. Although the tiredness comes from morphine. Rantudil is my long-term preparation. It helps against all inflammatory phenomena in my body. (Rheumatism, gout etc.) Cymbalta is the sunshine for the day. It helps me to keep up when the clouds are low.

    Side effects: Dependence; Fatigue
  2. Christopher L. Espino says:
    4.5 rating

    Cymbalta for Depression

    Cymbalta I take for over 3 years. It helps me to endure my serious illness. The drug helped a lot to survive 3 years of loneliness. Getting a grip on my temper tantrums and helping me become more tollerant, peaceful and loving in my relationship with my partner, Cymbalta. I see as a side effect: Cymbalta makes dependent. You can not and should not simply reduce or sell it! Recommendation: All changes with Cymbalta should ALWAYS be done with a doctor !!

    Side effects: Dependence
  3. Russell S. Johnson says:
    5.0 rating

    Cymbalta for Psychosomatic disorder

    I had a stomach ulcer in 2009 that broke up. My family doctor keeps telling me when I complained of pain that caused his psychosomatic disorders. (Occupation tax advice) Then I got a referral to the neurologist, who prescribed me Cymbalta (only 30 / then 60), although I have no neurotic disorder. For me then after 3 weeks, side effects, such as: bladder weakness, dry mouth, drowsiness during the day, and now after 1.5 years, a habituation occurred. I now vacillate between calm and beauty. Sometimes I feel like I need 2-3 (60mg) a day to get away from nervousness. In addition, I have taken after taking C.60 10 KG, although I am a very athletic person! So these tablets have in my view in addition to the many side effects also a high addictive potential. Simply settling is not possible. In October 2011 (after 2 years of taking) I should let them crawl again half a year. Hopefully I will be a normal person again!