Nocturnal urine effect of Cymbalta

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

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Cymbalta Circle Diagram 5 consumers of 739 reported about Nocturnal urine

  1. Elizabeth J. Dozier says:
    4.0 rating

    Cymbalta for Neuralgia

    Nocturnal hot flashes at least every 2nd night (I never had before), at night at 4 always going to the toilet (never before), initially extreme dizziness (up to 3 weeks), initially weeks long (5 weeks) diarrhea (3 days admission to the hospital!), Sometimes in the morning at 2 or 3 wide awake, clear deterioration of the eyes after about 3 weeks (I notice especially when reading), now that the summer is back: sun allergy especially in the face

  2. Ronald J. Jackson says:
    4.0 rating

    Cymbalta for Anxiety and panic attacks; Depression

    Numbness in the legs below the knees, calves climbing stairs as heavy as lead, feelings of unreality (like behind glass), severe headaches every morning, extremely irritated (for me completely atypical behavior), nocturnal bladder pain with urination, rapid weight gain, increase or increase of Anxiety, cardiac arrhythmia (salvous), severe nightmares, high blood pressure. The drug I found unbearable. So I asked at the clinic to switch back to venlafaxine, which I had before (this had unfortunately only lost its effect after years).

  3. Mark A. Crowley says:
    3.0 rating

    Cymbalta for Depression

    heavy sweating at night and also during the day; frequent urination at night, thereby a maximum of two hours sleep in one go; headache every morning; restless legs at night.

  4. Ernest J. Clements says:
    4.5 rating

    Cymbalta for Anxiety disorders

    Dear people. Even my ordeal to my depressive mood was long and very individual, which is why I spared him here. I am 39 years old, weigh 95 to 100 kg (sometimes, sometimes) and in the past I was a very fun-loving, boisterous young man, who loved sports a lot. A so-called warhorse, without wanting to boast of myself. But the tide always turns, or as you say on the stock market: “What comes up, MUST come down.” So in my case. So life is. I have been given beta-blockers (metohexal succ. 95 mg) for years because my diagnosis (inner restlessness, fatigue, listlessness, brooding) lasted for years and my blood pressure was constantly too high. When I came home in my service as a money transport driver one night and shivered all over, I realized that there might be another cause. From one day to the other, I suddenly could not drive any more, or get into a tight car, without being bothered by panic attacks (panic disorders). One evening when I was sitting in the cinema with a friend and the lights went out, the air was gone and I had to leave the hall. My family doctor then referred me to a psychologist who diagnosed claustrophobia, in conjunction with depressive moodiness. She recommended a so-called behavioral therapy (talk therapy) and wanted to know if I had until I found a place to take supportive medication. I should make the decision myself. She only said that it could only help because side effects would have every other drug, too. I was very skeptical and inquired with friends and acquaintances, read the booklet given on the subject of panic disorder / depression and was at a loss. Horror scenarios were described to me. I have been told by self-help groups where patients are sitting who have taken antidepressants for years and have now taken on handsome body mass. I should just keep my hands off, some said. The medicine prescribed for me is called Cymbalta and seems to be relatively new. I decided to trust the advice of my psychologist and research and began taking the antidepressant Cymbalta (30 mg, once a morning, with my beta-blockers), feared the worst, and informed my best friend (as suggested on the leaflet) about the onset medication. Well, the first two weeks are indeed not only pleasant, but the side effects were limited for me. At first my blood pressure rose and I felt an unpleasant pressure on the temples during the day. My appetite subsided. Actually, I would not have had to eat all day; I would not have missed anything. After three days, the pressure in the temples eased and I felt a comforting sensation a few hours after taking it, as if taking a light drug. I suddenly relaxed, which had been difficult for years and decided to “get things” on me. Since I consumed less food, my digestion normalized to taking Cymbalta (I have about 10 to 15 kg overweight). However, the bowel tends to flatulence in the first few weeks. After two weeks, the side effects disappeared completely and I continued to take Cymbalta 30 mg once a day. After a hundred days the pack was all over and I consulted my psychologist again. I felt a little bit better and I thought the intake would be stopped. Puff cake! “Yes, that’s enjoyable, then we start with 60mg of Cymbalta,” I heard the doctor say, “100 days, once in the morning, as usual”. “Mam, yes, mum. “, I thought to myself and berabte again the ten (10!) € uron additional payment for this obviously very expensive Stöffchen. The side effects were similar to the beginning of the intake, only not so pronounced and disappeared again after two weeks. However, after about a week I got the promised on the package leaflet throat infection. A sore throat is very uncomfortable and painful. I could barely stop coughing and had to stop taking Cymbalta for a while. The sore throat is but thank God occurred only once. A lot of drinking! However, which in my case occurs very often and is very unpleasant, ALBWOOD, which occur only since I take the 60mg dosage. They occur almost every night and are as intense as I have never experienced before. Most of the time I wake up in the morning, in the truest sense of the word “sweaty bathed” and think, “Wow, luck again”. My nightmares are always about persecution. In that regard, my soul probably has not processed anything, or was earlier