Suicidal ideation effect of Cymbalta

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

Patients statistics on Suicidal ideation side effect for Cymbalta


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Cymbalta Circle Diagram 8 consumers of 739 reported about Suicidal ideation

  1. Annie K. Walls says:
    2.0 rating

    Cymbalta for Overweight; Sleep disorders

    The intake is already going on for 3 years. Would like to settle or reduce. The complaints (suicidal thoughts, strong self-doubt and pondering, catatonic periods) have subsided. Weight gain (especially chest) and sweating are symptoms that occurred early. Concentration disorders and sleep disorders have only recently been added.

  2. Lillian R. Doyle says:
    4.0 rating

    Cymbalta for Pain (chronic); Depression

    The drug helps me very well. I gained 20 kg, but feel well. However, after 4 years now, notice that it changes my thinking and remembering ability. I can not stop the drug! The withdrawal symptoms are unbearable for me. Now open the capsule and reduce the dose in half. Note in your head some relief and well-being, but take the chron. Pain again too. The headdresses of the withdrawal are bearable. Have the Medikamnt completely discontinued and suicide was endangered. Please be careful when settling !!

  3. Gregory V. Hathaway says:
    3.5 rating

    Cymbalta for Depression

    very strong aggressiveness, cruelty, indifference, often diarrhea, libido loss and libido enhancement, sweating at night, heart racing, day sweating, feeling no longer being yourself: often says of himself he is alienated (due to sudden aggressiveness or anger), ejaculation problem: bleeding and lightning while, partner often and only since taking cymbalta 60mg beaten to sleep while each time a nightmarish nightmare, lack of motivation, increased depression (the mean cymbalta 30mg and 60mg, as zollof before, were prescribed against it) suicidal thoughts: at times, nausea the first time ingestion, lability, forgetfulness, dependency: nothing can decide for oneself without the opinion of others, of the therapist. personality change.