Impotence effect of Cymbalta

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

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Cymbalta Circle Diagram 8 consumers of 739 reported about Impotence

  1. Charles S. McCary says:
    4.0 rating

    Cymbalta for Depression

    Thanks to these funny drugs, I was able to catch up with my high school diploma. The price I had to pay for it was too high. The side effects such as sweating, sleep disorders and impotence I have endured three years. Gratitude happiness is nice, but it gets annoying with time. Through Cymbalta my emotional life is flattened. It’s bad when you can suddenly feel the full range of feelings only shallow luck or fervent anger. I was no longer in control if I did not take these tablets, if I wanted to sleep with my girlfriend. The only important thing for me was that I became capable again. At least until I graduated from high school. Long story short: The purpose justifies the means. But it is not in my interest to be dependent on this drug for a lifetime. After more than three years of treatment, I sold Cymbalta and Amantadine on New Year’s Day. The physical withdrawal symptoms, such as permanent tremors, a shock like electroshock that flares up every 10 seconds and stops after a tenth of a second, stopped after two weeks. The mental withdrawal symptoms are expressed by the feeling of overstrain in stressful situations, which is quite easy to master with autogenic training and a little bit of cannabis. At the moment I am treating myself with small amounts of cannabis. (Half a gram every two days to reward in the evening) The performance has remained, the side effects have gone ……. Mother Nature has something for everyone

  2. Richard B. Weisgerber says:
    4.0 rating

    Cymbalta for Depression

    first opipramol and fluoxitin. mainly against panic attacks. total impotence, dry mouth, at first aggravating the attacks. – then citalopram. terrible aggravation of depression, extreme dizziness, anxiety creep downright physically cold my back up, muscle twitching in the legs. discontinued by the doctor. replaced by moclobemide, almost no effect, no side effect. After that, I spent half a year in Ireland, where a doctor suggested to try cymbalta. had NO side effect except sleep disturbance, which I had previously sporadically and already very dry mouth with disgusting taste in the mouth. Since then, I also take cymbalta in Germany, I am thrilled. Panickattacken almost zero, no side effects except those described, no orgasm disorders. However, my psychiatrist cymbalta has to prescribe me every second recipe as a private prescription, because thanks to the health reform, it no longer fits into her budget. and THIS is a very blatant side effect, especially since I am unemployed. Depression still present but toned down, hope to find definitive help through behavioral therapy. but my main problem panic seems to be very well handled by cymbalta. I am excited about the drug!

  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!