Fatigue effect of Cymbalta

We have 739 consumer reports for Cymbalta. Fatigue effect occurred in 25%.

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  1. Bradley B. Golden says:
    3.0 rating

    Cymbalta for Disc prolapse

    Hello, I’ve had more or less pain in LWS 4/5 for years. The BS is degenerated osteochondrotic and reduced in height. Intraspinal cervical sclerosis. I will with o. A. Means treated, with more or less success, depending on the workload. Side effects include, fatigue, mild dizziness. Who has similar problems? Greeting Josef

    Side effects: Dizziness; Fatigue
  2. Linda G. Fritz says:
    2.0 rating

    Cymbalta for Epilepsy; Depression

    To Petnidan: With this remedy, I have no difficulties with my epilepsy, which I have had since birth. I suppose to go to bed one capsule all day long. About Rivotril: I started with 1 mg and increased to 1.5 mg. A few months ago, the dose was increased to 2 mg after a year-long 1.5 mg intake. Since then I have problems. Can not fall asleep at night or sleep through and early in the morning I can sleep properly. But have family and have to do my housework, which is very difficult for me. I feel somewhat tired and dizzy all day, have no drive and only in the late evening hours it gets better. Do not make any appointments for the morning, I stand there beside me. My family tolerates it hard. I too feel like a dog. To Cymbalta: I should take this medicine as a pick-me-up in the morning to get back on track. But how is it to succeed if I do not get to lunch until the medium takes some time to work? Short reports: In the morning I should rock myself up, in the evening with the medicaments insulate, so that no seizures break out. With little sleep I suspect seizures.

    Side effects: Dizziness; Fatigue
  3. Samuel L. Reeder says:
    3.5 rating

    Cymbalta for Psychosis; Depression

    Risperdal: I got Risperdal after an 8 week stay in open psychiatry. I delivered myself due to panic attacks and due to a treatment error by an uncompetitive neurologist. He prescribed anti-depressants for me despite a psychosis and panic disorder, dismissed me and sent me home. After about 4-5 days with the treatment of fluoxetine the panic was so strong that I visited open psychiatry. There I got other medications that did not help me. Only after the stay I changed the doctor who prescribed me Risperdal 2mg. My condition improved rapidly but I got through the 2mg dosage the typical neuroleptics side effects: tremor, restlessness, restlessness of the seat, urge to move, inner restlessness. The doctor dosed down to 1mg and gave me an anti-Parkinson agent. It got better, I was able to work and enjoy life again. The anti-Parkinson means I set off. After half a year, the condition worsened and I went to the doctor only after 1 year and told him that I feel depressed but also have high phases but are normal. Overall, Risperdal a very good drug for me against my psychosis which expressed itself with mental disorder and sometimes total listlessness in life. My conclusion for me personally: I like to take it and it helps me! Cymbalta: I got that after telling my therapist that I’m always up and down but not extreme. Sometimes I felt good, went out, made party had fun alive. 2 or 3 days later, sometimes only a week went bad again, I hid myself in bed and did not want to see anyone and do nothing. Then my doctor prescribed me Cymbalta. At first I yawned a lot, was tired, slept a lot but not so extremely depressed. I was already a little bit better after 1 to 2 weeks. The full effect set ca after 3 to 3.5 weeks one of the morning when I woke up and felt so much energy that I was out all day in fine weather and my hobby the photograph went to. Since the onset of action, I had no more depressive phase and even found another job that I start on 2 February. Side effects at the beginning as mentioned above: tiredness, yawning and loss of libido But everything has settled down. Further side effect until today. Decreased need for sleep. My nights are never longer than 6 o’clock even if I can sleep long. Partly I am already awake at 4 o’clock in the morning because I can not sleep anymore but still in a good mood and joy to start the day. So altogether from my doctor a daring but nevertheless for me personally very good combination that brought me back to life!

    Side effects: Tremble; Unrest; Libido loss; Fatigue
  4. 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
  5. Jessica S. Hazard says:
    3.0 rating

    Cymbalta for Thinking disorders; Psychological instability; Depression

    Fatigue 20 minutes after ingestion. Think that the effect of the Seroquel comes to the night through the ingestion of the Cymbalta in the morning reinforced again, because I’m not tired after getting up. Since taking in the afternoon of Cymbalta this side effect is missing.

    Side effects: Fatigue
  6. Marlene G. McCool says:
    3.0 rating

    Cymbalta for Rls; Depression

    Rivotril: incredible tiredness, impaired consciousness

    Side effects: Fatigue
  7. Ron E. Larson says:
    2.0 rating

    Cymbalta for Pain (joint)

    At Cymbalta No Side Effects In Diclofenac, Fatigue

    Side effects: Fatigue
  8. Judy E. Douglas says:
    3.5 rating

    Cymbalta for Psychosomatic disorder

    I take Cymbalta first for about a year then 30mg then in the TAZ increased to 60 and now increased to 90 mg I’m doing really well and the small side effects (fatigue and hunger for sweets) then you like to buy I can only say with I’ve tried it with Mirtazipin that did not help and with citalopram (that was hell

    Side effects: Appetite increase; Fatigue
  9. Tiffany M. Drew says:
    3.5 rating

    Cymbalta for Mood swings; Sleep disorders; Depression

    abilify: uneasiness, always having to move, insomnia, lack of appetite, easy dizziness, estimating distances is difficult (often running against it) seroquel: taking in the evening against the insomnia (abilify), immediately tired and sleep like in koma deep and insecure, the next day, it’s hardly possible for me to concentrate, no effort to knock out and too tired for everything.

  10. Lester R. Villarreal says:
    4.5 rating

    Cymbalta for A headache

    I have strong taste changes with Cymbalta. Any liquids such as mineral water or lemonade you can hardly drink because it tastes so salty and strange. Sometimes I have more of a headache than a reduced one. Hardly any changes with the psyche. I still take 30mg of capsules and still have a lot of fatigue and sleep disturbance after a long time. I am not sure if the sleep disorders come from Cymbalta or rather from my psyche. But since I came back from a clinic where I have been given quite a few medications, I have these suffering sleep disorders. I also got Cymbalta there and was able to sleep at the beginning most of the time. I have not taken most medications for a few months, but I still have permanent sleep disturbances. Although I am not sure if it is due to this drug.

    Side effects: Sleep disorders; Fatigue
  11. 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!

  12. Penny D. Schechter says:
    3.5 rating

    Cymbalta for Migraine; Depression

    Because I suffered from headaches, irritability and depressive moods almost every day, I was prescribed cymbalta. At first I had this tight neck, loss of appetite, mild dizziness and lack of concentration. sudden fatigue and after sleep a high increase in activity were to be noted. Then I wanted to stop the drug and left it just three days away. first it got better and then old symptoms such as compulsive behavior and compulsive thinking came back, of which I noticed nothing under cymbaltaeinnahme. so i decided to continue taking the drug, albeit at a reduced dose. There was no side effect at all when taking this medication again. Only positive aspects were noticeable, such as increased activity, pleasant mood, increased tolerance, lower irritability. There was something like an invisible wall between me and my environment that annoyed me extremely quickly. in the meantime i also have more self-confidence and i do not care so much what people think about me, i am closer and more familiar myself, i have less fear and i can take things more as they are. however, I am also less afraid of weight gain or fewer fears of living, which increases my tendency to cross-border food intake / spending. sometimes I think, now I just put the medium off slowly and look how it is then. But every time I’m a bit afraid to fall into a deep hole … and take it further, hoping that I’m not really dependent on it. that’s the conflict that’s left over. Can I sell it and manage my life without cymbalta? when is the right time?

  13. Irene L. Puig says:
    4.0 rating

    also i have had very bad experiences with cymbalta …. constant fatigue, breathless. It was so bad that I thought I was going to choke. powerless, very high pulse, pain in the nerves, general condition was very bad, no emotion anymore. pulse raced sometimes, so i thought my heart was coming out … i could count on a lot of side effects, it was a bottomless pit for me and so i did not want to live anymore. I could not go to work either, my dog was still holding me up, because he had to get out, otherwise I would have spent the days just sleeping. was always at the doctor and there I was not believed that I felt so bad. I also did not realize that it could come from cymbalta. until I dropped her off and I felt better all of a sudden. by a doctor change I dropped off cymbalta and I am very grateful for that

  14. Clarissa A. Kidd says:
    3.0 rating

    Cymbalta for Depression

    The first 2 weeks of use: Dizziness, nausea, sluggishness, decreased responsiveness, drowsiness, feeling drunk, unable to drive, fast movements (especially when driving as a passenger) caused me extreme dizziness. Negative side effects that I still have: night sweats, sweats during the day, increased sweating, much thirst, dry mouth, increased urination, difficulty concentrating, gastrointestinal problems, headache, body aches, extremely minimized sexual desire, trauma changes, fatigue / fatigue. However, I can live well with these side effects and tolerate Cymbalta otherwise very well!

  15. Elmer P. Gagnon says:
    4.5 rating

    Cymbalta for Adh syndrome

    The effectiveness against ADS is subtle but positively noticeable. From about the 10th day of the intake I felt more concentrated, alert and better organized. In any case, productivity has increased. The mood has remained neutral, but the inclination to ponder and climb into something has decreased. The first 14 days were fierce! I took 60mg right from the beginning, as prescribed by the doctor. The first two weeks I have observed the following: + Improvement of night sleep + Calming of the digestive system, up to constipation + Less watery eyes in cold draft + Increase in concentration from the 3rd day – Libido loss – strong sweating – Dry mouth – Violent muscle stiffness – permanent Yawning – Afternoon tiredness – increased pimples and skin problems Fortunately, muscle stiffness has fallen to a bearable level after two weeks. What remains are: – heavy sweating – yawning – afternoon tiredness (mentally awake but physically tired) – skin problems – loss of libido (slightly better than in the initial phase) – dry mouth – no improvement in sleep quality – digestion back to normal – inability to take a nap ( no falling asleep more possible) – Increased hunger pangs – Vita Merfen seems to be bad for skin wounds Basically, I feel comfortable with the drug. The strong daily fluctuations of the past have declined significantly. But the side effects are relatively strong and disturbing. I will probably discontinue Cymbalta after consultation with the doctor, because the benefit does not outweigh the side effects. Also, Cymbalta is relatively expensive. Tip: The capsules are easy to pull apart and remove some of the granules. I will certainly apply this on weaning to steer the medication out steplessly. From the manufacturer, I wished me a settling pack, which already contains capsules with decreasing dosage.