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Cymbalta Duloxetine Withdrawal, step by step procedures. How to eliminate Cymbalta Duloxetine withdrawal quickly and easily. Duloxetine withdrawal.

Cymbalta Duloxetine Withdrawal

For information about The Road back Program Click here Good idea to know who is giving your Cymbalta withdrawal advice.

Roughly 99% of our visitors are already in the middle of Cymbalta withdrawal before find us. With that in mind we want to give you some quick advice.

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If you have extreme brain zaps go to a local vitamin store and get the highest EPA omega 3 you can find. Look at the bottle label and get the omega 3 highest in EPA they have. You will likely need to take around 750mg of the EPA for any relief. Using the Omega 3 Supreme will require fewer softgels of the omega.

Cymbalta withdrawal can cause nausea. Drink a couple cups of ginger tea.

The rest of your Cymbalta withdrawal side effects can be handled using the supplements; Neuro Day, Neuro Night, JNK Formula. Click here

Recommendation: If you are in Cymbalta withdrawal as you read this; go back up to the last dosage you were doing well at and get stable again. Order the supplements and once they arrive take them for 7 days before reducing the Cymbalta as outlined below.

Withdrawal off of Cymbalta does not have to be difficult and handling current Cymbalta withdrawal side effects can be resolved quickly.

Reducing Cymbalta

This Cymbalta reduction information is based on a study run by Eli Lilly, the maker of Cymbalta. “In Vitro Stability, Potency, and Dissolution of Duloxetine Enteric-Coated Pellets After Exposure to Applesauce, Apple Juice, and Chocolate Pudding” Kevin A. Wells, BS; and William G. Losin, PharmD. Eli Lilly

With Cymbalta being a time release medication, only available in specific dosages, the dosages available from Eli Lilly require large reduction of Cymbalta, and the large reductions create withdrawal side effects.

To recap how to safely reduce these medications: Reduce the drug slowly and gradually. If withdrawal side effects become too severe, go back up to the last dosage you were doing fine at, and remain at that dosage until you are stable once again. The next time you reduce the medication, reduce the drug at a more gradual and slower reduction.

As you see, the slow and gradual will not work with time release drugs.

The Internet is full of advice on how to reduce Cymbalta. Chat forums give plenty of advice and recommends but most are not based on concrete evidence backed by a clinical study.

Inside the capsule of all time release medication you will find pellets. These pellets are often called; balls or beads but for the sake of calling them what Eli Lilly calls them, I will be referring to them as pellets.

Over the years, The Road Back has received countless e-mails from people stating how they opened up the time release capsule and removed the pellets and how great this was working for them. Most often, when they reached the lowest capsule dosage of the drug and removed the pellets as they did earlier, all hell broke loose. Withdrawal started and it reached the point where they had to go back up to the last full dosage they were at and many were too afraid to ever attempt reducing the drug again.

About Cymbalta Pellets

The pellets found inside the Cymbalta capsule are enteric coated. The coating on the pellets stops the Cymbalta from breaking down in the stomach and allows the intestinal fluid to bread down the enteric coating for an intestinal absorption. This gives the highest absorption rate of the drug, a consistent dosage, a consistent peak of the drug as well as a consistent clearance of the Cymbalta.

The Lilly Study

The reason for the study was to figure out how to deliver Cymbalta to the elderly who had a difficult time swallowing the capsule. This study by Lilly was not conducted to help anyone taper off Cymbalta.

Method Used

The capsules were opened and the pellets were mixed with applesauce or apple juice.

Why Applesauce and Apple Juice Was Successful

The pH of applesauce is roughly 3.5. Lilly tried chocolate pudding but the pH of the chocolate pudding has a pH of 5.5 to 6.0 and it affected the enteric coating of the Cymbalta.

Once the pellets are mixed in the applesauce, the pellets are stable at room temperature for roughly 2 hours. This gives you a little time and you do not need to rush the process.

The Cymbalta study used Mott’s applesauce and Mott’s apple juice. I urge you to also use Mott’s.

What to Avoid

Do not crush, chew or do anything that will break the enteric coating of the Cymbalta.

Reducing the Pellets

The number of pellets found inside a capsule of Cymbalta is subject to change by Eli Lilly.

Week # 1

Open the Cymbalta capsule and gently stir the pellets in 1 tablespoon or less of applesauce. Swallow the applesauce and pellets without chewing or crushing the pellets. If using apple juice, pour an ounce of apple juice into a cup, add the Cymbalta pellets and drink. Again, avoid crushing or chewing the pellets.

The enteric coated Cymbalta is now in your stomach and they are not surrounded by the capsule. It is important to keep the pH right in your stomach at this time. Avoid all dairy for 1 hour before and after taking the Cymbalta pellets. Ideally, you will only consume the applesauce or apple juice for 1 hour. If you drink pH altered water to be on the safe side refrain from drinking a pH altered water for 1 hour before and 1 hour after taking the Cymbalta pellets.

Take the Cymbalta at the same time each day that you have been taking the Cymbalta. This is very important. You want to spend the first week making sure you can take the Cymbalta in this manner and to make sure this approach is not going to cause you to have withdrawal side effects.

During week 1, go ahead and count how many pellets are in the capsule of Cymbalta.

Use your pharmacist along the way. You want to make sure each refill of the prescription is exactly the same as the previous, as far as the number of pellets found in each like dosage of the Cymbalta.

Week 2

If everything went well for you during week 1, you can proceed to week 2. If you felt withdrawal starting but it remained very mild, go ahead with week 2. If you felt a full blown withdrawal I do not recommend you use this method of Cymbalta reduction.

First reduction: The first reduction of Cymbalta should be as close to 5% as possible.  This 5% reduction will not be possible if you only have 10 pellets in the capsule. You would need to remove 1 pellet, if this was the case, and you would have a 10% reduction.

Follow this same procedure each day for 14-days.

This is very important. You will likely be able to reduce the Cymbalta by 10% with each reduction but start with a 5% taper if at all possible. If you can’t do a 5% reduction there is no way you will be able to do a 10% reduction of the Cymbalta. Slow and steady will win this race.

Second Reduction

Reduce the Cymbalta by 10% this time. Only reduce by 10% if the 5% reduction went well.

The 10% reduction is based upon the starting dosage of the taper.

Let’s say the Cymbalta had 20 pellets in each capsule. You would have removed 1 pellet from the capsule for a 5% reduction the first week. This second reduction you will remove 3 pellets from the capsule. One of the 3 pellets is the original 5% reduction and the other 2 pellets being removed will give you the additional 10% reduction. You are now taking 15% less of the Cymbalta.

Only reduce again after 14-days have passed and you are doing very well with the reductions.

Third Reduction – Up to Having 2 Reductions Left

Just continue with the 10% reductions of the Cymbalta and only continue to reduce the Cymbalta when the last reduction went well.

Second to Last Reduction and Last Reduction of Cymbalta

It is best to slow down the reduction amount during the second to last reduction as well as the last taper of the Cymbalta.

The concept is much like the landing of a large passenger jet. You have been doing your descent and now it is time to prepare for the landing and you want the landing to be as smooth as possible for the passenger, which is you. Stop for a second and remember a time you landed on a plane and the landing was so smooth you hardly, if at all, felt the wheels even touch the runway. This is what you want.

Going back to a 5% reduction for these last few reductions of the Cymbalta would be the ideal approach. This gives your body more time to adjust. The Cymbalta, as well as all psychoactive drugs will disrupt other parts of the body, well beyond the drugs intended target, and this will give those other areas of the body some time to balance out again as well.

If you are already taking the lowest dosage available of the Cymbalta it can be difficult to slow the process down further.

As an example; if you were taking a 60mg dosage of Cymbalta at the start of your taper, you should now get a prescription for the 20mg Cymbalta so you can have a more gradual reduction of the Cymbalta during these last few reductions. This is where your pharmacist and prescribing physician will be very useful.

Just take it slower and very gradual for these last reductions.

If You Start to Get Withdrawal Side Effects While Reducing in This Manner

If withdrawal side effects start while reducing the Cymbalta with this tapering method, you can try using the supplements suggested with The Road Back Program. You will likely need to take far less of each supplement for fast relief.

The most common side effect during the Cymbalta will be head symptoms. This might be the electrical brain zaps or more of a dizzy sensation. The Omega 3 Supreme should resolve that quickly.

General Body

Dry Mouth – Less moisture in the mouth than is usual. Cymbalta withdrawal

Sweating Increased - A large quantity of perspiration that is medically caused. Cymbalta withdrawal

Allergy - Extreme sensitivity of body tissues triggered by substances in the air, drugs, or foods causing a variety of reactions such as sneezing, itching, asthma, hay fever, skin rashes, nausea and/or vomiting. Cymbalta withdrawal

Asthenia - A physically weak condition. Cymbalta withdrawal

Chest Pains - Severe discomfort in the chest caused by not enough oxygen going to the heart because of narrowing of the blood vessels or spasms. Cymbalta withdrawal

Chills - Appearing pale while cold and shivering; sometimes with a fever. Cymbalta withdrawal

Edema of Extremities - Abnormal swelling of the body’s tissue caused by the collection of fluid. Cymbalta withdrawal

Fall - To suddenly lose your normal standing upright position. Cymbalta withdrawal

Fatigue - Loss of normal strength so as to not be able to do the usual physical and mental activities. Cymbalta withdrawal

Fever - Abnormally high body temperature, the normal being 98.6 degrees Fahrenheit or 37 degrees Centigrade in humans. Fever is a symptom of disease or disorder in the body. The body is affected by feeling hot, chilled, sweaty, weak and exhausted. If the fever goes too high, or lasts too long, death can result. Cymbalta withdrawal

Hot Flashes - Brief, abnormal enlargement of the blood vessels that causes a sudden heat sensation over the entire body. Women in menopause will sometimes experience this. Cymbalta withdrawal

Influenza (Flu)-like Symptoms - Demonstrating irritation of the respiratory tract (organs of breathing) such as a cold, sudden fever, aches and pains, as well as feeling weak and seeking bed rest, which is similar to having the flu. Cymbalta withdrawal

Leg Pain - A hurtful sensation in the legs that is caused by excessive stimulation of the nerve endings in the legs and results in extreme discomfort. Cymbalta withdrawal

Malaise - The somewhat unclear feeling of discomfort you get when you start to feel sick. Cymbalta withdrawal

Pain in Limb - Sudden, sharp, and uncontrolled leg or arm discomfort. Cymbalta withdrawal

Syncope - A short period of light-headedness or unconsciousness (black-out) also known as fainting, caused by lack of oxygen to the brain because of an interruption in blood flow to the brain. Cymbalta withdrawal

Tightness of Chest - Mild or sharp discomfort, tightness or pressure in the chest area (anywhere between the throat and belly). The causes can be mild or seriously life-threatening because they include the heart, lungs and surrounding muscles. Cymbalta withdrawal


Palpitation - Unusual and not normal (abnormal) heartbeat, that is sometimes irregular, but rapid, and forceful thumping or fluttering. It can be brought on by shock, excitement, exertion, or medical stimulants. A person is normally unaware of his/her heartbeat. Cymbalta withdrawal

Hypertension - High blood pressure, a symptom of disease in the blood vessels leading away from the heart. Hypertension is known as the “silent killer.” The symptoms are usually not obvious; however, it can lead to damage to the heart, brain, kidneys and eyes, and can even lead to stroke and kidney failure. Cymbalta withdrawal

Bradycardia - The heart rate is slowed from 72 beats per minute, which is normal, to below 60 beats per minute in an adult. Cymbalta withdrawal

Tachycardia - The heart rate is sped up to above 100 beats per minute in an adult. Normal adult heart rate is 72 beats per minute. Cymbalta withdrawal

ECG Abnormal - A test called an electrocardiogram (ECG) records the activity of the heart. It measures heartbeats as well as the position and size of the heart’s four chambers. It also measures if there is damage to the heart and the effects of drugs or mechanical devices like a pacemaker on the heart. When the test is abnormal this means one or more of the following are present: heart disease, defects, beating too fast or too slow, disease of the blood vessels leading from the heart or the heart valves, and/or a past or impending heart attack. Cymbalta withdrawal

Flushing - The skin all over the body turns red. Cymbalta withdrawal

Varicose Veins - Unusually swollen veins near the surface of the skin that sometimes appear twisted and knotted, but always enlarged. They are called hemorrhoids when they appear around the rectum. The cause is attributed to hereditary weakness in the veins aggravated by obesity, pregnancy, pressure from standing, aging, etc. Severe cases may develop swelling in the legs, ankles and feet, eczema and/or ulcers in the affected areas. Cymbalta withdrawal


Abdominal Cramp/Pain - Sudden, severe, uncontrollable and painful shortening and thickening of the muscles in the belly. The belly includes the stomach, as well as the intestines, liver, kidneys, pancreas, spleen, gall bladder, and urinary bladder. Cymbalta withdrawal

Belching - Noisy release of gas from the stomach through the mouth; a burp. Cymbalta withdrawal

Bloating - Swelling of the belly caused by excessive intestinal gas. Cymbalta withdrawal

Constipation - Difficulty in having a bowel movement where the material in the bowels is hard due to a lack of exercise, fluid intake, and roughage in the diet, or due to certain drugs. Cymbalta withdrawal

Diarrhea - Unusually frequent and excessive runny bowel movements that may result in severe dehydration and shock. Cymbalta withdrawal

Dyspepsia/Indigestion. The discomfort one may experience after eating. It can be heartburn, gas, nausea, a bellyache or bloating. Cymbalta withdrawal

Flatulence - More gas than normal in the digestive organs. Cymbalta withdrawal

Gagging - Involuntary choking and/or involuntary vomiting. Cymbalta withdrawal

Gastritis - A severe irritation of the mucus lining of the stomach, either short in duration or lasting for a long period of time. Cymbalta withdrawal

Gastroenteritis - A condition in which the membranes of the stomach and intestines are irritated. Cymbalta withdrawal

Gastrointestinal Hemorrhage - Excessive internal bleeding in the stomach and intestines. Cymbalta withdrawal

Gastro Esophageal Reflux - A continuous state where stomach juices flow back into the throat causing acid indigestion and heartburn and possibly injury to the throat. Cymbalta withdrawal

Heartburn - A burning pain in the area of the breastbone caused by stomach juices flowing back up into the throat. Cymbalta withdrawal

Hemorrhoids - Small rounded purplish swollen veins that bleed, itch or are painful, and appear around the anus. Cymbalta withdrawal

Increased Stool Frequency - see “Diarrhea.” Cymbalta withdrawal

Indigestion - Inability to properly consume and absorb food in the digestive tract, causing constipation, nausea, stomachache, gas, swollen belly, pain, and general discomfort or sickness. Cymbalta withdrawal

Nausea - Stomach irritation with a queasy sensation similar to motion sickness and a feeling that one is going to vomit. Cymbalta withdrawal

Polyposis Gastric - Tumors that grow on stems in the lining of the stomach, which usually become cancerous. Cymbalta withdrawal

Swallowing Difficulty - A feeling that food is stuck in the throat or upper chest area and won’t go down, making it difficult to swallow. Cymbalta withdrawal

Toothache - Pain in a tooth above and below the gum line. Cymbalta withdrawal

Vomiting - Involuntarily throwing up the contents of the stomach, usually accompanied by a nauseated, sick feeling just prior to doing so. Cymbalta withdrawal


Anemia - A condition in which the blood is no longer carrying enough oxygen, so the person looks pale and easily gets dizzy, weak and tired. More severely, a person can end up with an abnormal heart, as well as breathing and digestive difficulties. Cymbalta withdrawal

Bruise- Damage to the skin resulting in a purple-green-yellow skin coloration that is caused by breaking the blood vessels in the area without breaking the surface of the skin. Cymbalta withdrawal

Nosebleed - Blood loss from the nose. Cymbalta withdrawal

Hematoma - Broken blood vessels that cause a swelling in an area on the body. Cymbalta withdrawal

Lymphadenopathy Cervical - The lymph nodes in the neck, part of the body’s immune system, become swollen and enlarged by reacting to the presence of a drug. The swelling is the result of the white blood cells multiplying in order to fight the invasion of the drug. Cymbalta withdrawal


Arthralgia - Sudden sharp nerve pain in one or more joints. Cymbalta withdrawal

Arthropathy - Joint disease or abnormal joints. Cymbalta withdrawal

Arthritis - Painfully inflamed and swollen joints. The reddened and swollen condition is brought on by a serious injury or shock to the body either from physical or emotional causes. Cymbalta withdrawal

Back Discomfort - Severe physical distress in the area from the neck to the pelvis along the backbone. Cymbalta withdrawal

Bilirubin Increased - Bilirubin is a waste product of the breakdown of old blood cells. Bilirubin is sent to the liver to be made water-soluble so it can be eliminated from the body through emptying the bladder. A drug can interfere with or damage this normal liver function, creating liver disease. Cymbalta withdrawal

Decreased Weight - Uncontrolled and measured loss of heaviness or weight. Cymbalta withdrawal

Gout - A severe arthritis condition that is caused by the dumping of a waste product called uric acid into the tissues and joints. It can become worse and cause the body to develop a deformity after going through stages of pain, inflammation, severe tenderness and stiffness. Cymbalta withdrawal

Hepatic Enzymes Increased - An increase in the amount of paired liver proteins that regulate liver processes causing a condition in which the liver functions abnormally. Cymbalta withdrawal

Hypercholesterolemia - Too much cholesterol in the blood cells. Cymbalta withdrawal

Hyperglycemia - An unhealthy amount of sugar in the blood. Cymbalta withdrawal

Increased Weight - A concentration and storage of fat in the body accumulating over a period of time caused by unhealthy eating patterns, a lack of physical activity, or an inability to process food correctly, that can predispose the body to many disorders and diseases. Cymbalta withdrawal

Jaw Pain - The pain due to irritation and swelling of the nerves associated with the mouth area where it opens and closes just in front of the ear. Some of the symptoms are: pain when chewing, headaches, losing your balance, stuffy ears or ringing in the ears, and teeth grinding. Cymbalta withdrawal

Jaw Stiffness - The result of squeezing and grinding the teeth while asleep that can cause your teeth to deteriorate, as well as the muscles and joints of the jaw. Cymbalta withdrawal

Joint Stiffness - A loss of free motion and easy flexibility where any two bones come together. Cymbalta withdrawal

Muscle Cramp - When muscles contract uncontrollably without warning and do not relax. The muscles of any body organs can cramp. Cymbalta withdrawal

Muscle Stiffness - The tightening of muscles making it difficult to bend. Cymbalta withdrawal

Muscle Weakness - Loss of physical strength. Cymbalta withdrawal

Myalgia - A general widespread pain and tenderness of the muscles. Cymbalta withdrawal

Thirst - A strong, unnatural craving for moisture/water in the mouth and throat. Cymbalta withdrawal


Carpal Tunnel Syndrome - A pinched nerve in the wrist that causes pain, tingling, and numbing. Cymbalta withdrawal

Coordination Abnormal - A lack of normal, harmonious interaction of the parts of the body when it is in motion. Cymbalta withdrawal

Dizziness - Losing one’s balance while feeling unsteady and lightheaded which may lead to fainting. Cymbalta withdrawal

Disequilibrium - Lack of mental and emotional balance. Cymbalta withdrawal

Faintness - A temporary condition in which one is likely to become unconscious and fall. Cymbalta withdrawal

Headache - A sharp or dull persistent pain in the head. Cymbalta withdrawal

Hyperreflexia - A not normal (abnormal) and involuntary increased response in the tissues connecting the bones to the muscles. Cymbalta withdrawal

Light-Headed Feeling – An uncontrolled and usually brief loss of consciousness usually caused by a lack of oxygen to the brain. Cymbalta withdrawal

Migraine - Recurring severe head pain sometimes accompanied by nausea, vomiting, dizziness, flashes or spots before the eyes, and ringing in the ears. Cymbalta withdrawal

Muscle Contractions Involuntary – A spontaneous and uncontrollable tightening reaction of the muscles caused by electrical impulses from the nervous system. Cymbalta withdrawal

Muscular Tone Increased - Uncontrolled and exaggerated muscle tension. Muscles are normally partially tensed and this is what gives us muscle tone. Cymbalta withdrawal

Paresthesia - Burning, prickly, itchy, or tingling skin with no obvious or understood physical cause. Cymbalta withdrawal

Restless Legs - A need to move the legs without any apparent reason. Sometimes there is pain, twitching, jerking, cramping, burning, or a creepy-crawly sensation associated with the movements. It worsens when a person is inactive, and can interrupt sleep so one feels the need to move to gain some relief. Cymbalta withdrawal

Shaking - Uncontrolled quivering and trembling as if one is cold and chilled. Cymbalta withdrawal

Sluggishness - Lack of alertness and energy, as well as being slow to respond or perform in life. Cymbalta withdrawal

Tics - A contraction of a muscle causing a repeated movement not under the control of the person, usually on the face or limbs. Cymbalta withdrawal

Tremor - A nervous and involuntary vibrating or quivering of the body. Cymbalta withdrawal

Twitching - Sharp, jerky and spastic motion, sometimes with a sharp sudden pain. Cymbalta withdrawal

Vertigo - A sensation of dizziness with disorientation and confusion. Cymbalta withdrawal


Aggravated Nervousness - A progressively worsening, irritated, and troubled state of mind. Cymbalta withdrawal

Agitation – A suddenly violent and forceful emotionally disturbed state of mind. Cymbalta withdrawal

Amnesia - Long term or short term, partial or full memory loss created by emotional or physical shock, severe illness, or a blow to the head where the person was caused pain and became unconscious. Cymbalta withdrawal

Anxiety Attack- Sudden and intense feelings of fear, terror, and dread, physically creating shortness of breath, sweating, trembling and heart palpitations. Cymbalta withdrawal

Apathy - Complete lack of concern or interest for things that ordinarily would be regarded as important or would normally cause concern. Cymbalta withdrawal

Appetite Decreased - Having a lack of appetite despite the ordinary caloric demands of living, with a resulting unintentional loss of weight. Cymbalta withdrawal

Appetite Increased - An unusual hunger causing one to overeat. Cymbalta withdrawal

Auditory Hallucination - Hearing things without the voices or noises being present. Cymbalta withdrawal

Bruxism - Grinding and clenching of teeth while sleeping. Cymbalta withdrawal

Carbohydrate Craving - A drive or craving to eat foods rich in sugar and starches (sweets, snacks and junk foods) that intensifies as the diet becomes more and more unbalanced due to the unbalancing of the proper nutritional requirements of the body. Cymbalta withdrawal

Concentration Impaired - Unable to easily focus your attention for long periods of time. Cymbalta withdrawal

Confusion – An inability to think clearly or understand, preventing logical decision-making. Cymbalta withdrawal

Crying (Abnormal) - Unusual and not normal (abnormal) fits of weeping for short or long periods of time for no apparent reason. Cymbalta withdrawal

Depersonalization - A condition in which one has lost a normal sense of personal identity. Cymbalta withdrawal

Depression - A hopeless feeling of failure, loss and sadness that can deteriorate into thoughts of death. A very common reaction to or side effect of, psychiatric drugs. Cymbalta withdrawal

Disorientation - A loss of sense of direction, place, time or surroundings, as well as mental confusion regarding one’s personal identity. Cymbalta withdrawal

Dreaming (Abnormal) - Dreaming that leaves a very clear, detailed picture and impression when awake that can last for a long period of time and sometimes be unpleasant. Cymbalta withdrawal

Emotional Lability - Suddenly breaking out in laughter or crying or doing both without being able to control the outburst of emotion. These episodes are unstable as they are caused by experiences or events that normally would not have this effect on an individual. Cymbalta withdrawal

Excitability - Uncontrollably responding to stimuli (one’s environment). Cymbalta withdrawal

Feeling Unreal - The awareness that one has an undesirable emotion like fear, but can’t seem to shake off the irrational feeling. For example, feeling like one is going crazy, but rationally knowing that it is not true. The quality of this side effect resembles being in a bad dream and not being able to wake up. Cymbalta withdrawal

Forgetfulness - Unable to remember what one ordinarily would remember. Cymbalta withdrawal

Insomnia - Sleeplessness caused by physical stress, mental stress or stimulants, such as coffee or medications; a condition of being abnormally awake when one would ordinarily be able to fall and remain asleep. Cymbalta withdrawal

Irritability – An abnormal reaction of being annoyed or disturbed in response to a stimulus (the environment: that which is happening around one). Cymbalta withdrawal

Jitteriness - Nervous fidgeting without apparent cause. Cymbalta withdrawal

Lethargy - Mental and physical sluggishness and apathy (a feeling of hopelessness that “nothing can be done”) which can deteriorate into an unconscious state resembling deep sleep. A numbed state of mind. Cymbalta withdrawal

Libido Decreased - An abnormal loss of sexual energy or desire. Cymbalta withdrawal

Panic Reaction - A sudden, overpowering, chaotic and confused mental state of terror resulting in being doubt-ridden, often accompanied with hyperventilation and extreme anxiety. Cymbalta withdrawal

Restlessness Aggravated - A constantly worsening troubled state of mind characterized by the person being increasingly nervous, unable to relax, and easily angered. Cymbalta withdrawal

Somnolence - Feeling sleepy all the time or having a condition of semi-consciousness. Cymbalta withdrawal

Suicide Attempt - An unsuccessful deliberate attack on one’s own life with the intention of ending it. Cymbalta withdrawal

Suicidal Tendency - Most likely will attempt to kill oneself. Cymbalta withdrawal

Tremulousness Nervous - Very jumpy, shaky, and uneasy, while feeling fearful and timid. The condition is characterized by thoughts dreading the future, involuntary quivering, trembling, and feeling distressed and suddenly upset. Cymbalta withdrawal

Yawning - Involuntary opening of the mouth with deep inhalation of air. Cymbalta withdrawal


Breast Neoplasm - A tumor or cancer, of either of the two milk-secreting organs on the chest of a woman. Cymbalta withdrawal

Menorrhagia - Abnormally heavy menstrual period or a menstrual flow that has continued for an unusually long period of time. Cymbalta withdrawal

Menstrual Cramps - Painful, involuntary uterus contractions that women experience around the time of their menstrual period, sometimes causing pain in the lower back and thighs. Cymbalta withdrawal

Menstrual Disorder - A disturbance or derangement in the normal function of a woman’s menstrual period. Cymbalta withdrawal

Pelvic Inflammation - The reaction of the body to infectious, allergic, or chemical irritation, which, in turn, causes tissue irritation, injury, or bacterial infection characterized by pain, redness, swelling, and sometimes loss of function. The reaction usually begins in the uterus and spreads to the fallopian tubes, ovaries, and other areas in the hipbone region of the body. Cymbalta withdrawal

Premenstrual Syndrome - Various physical and mental symptoms commonly experienced by women of childbearing age usually 2 to 7 days before the start of their monthly period. There are over 150 symptoms including eating binges, behavioral changes, moodiness, irritability, fatigue, fluid retention, breast tenderness, headaches, bloating, anxiety, and depression. The symptoms cease shortly after the period begins, and disappear with menopause. Cymbalta withdrawal

Spotting Between Menses - Abnormal bleeding between periods. Unusual spotting between menstrual cycles. Cymbalta withdrawal


Asthma - A disease of the breathing system initiated by an allergic reaction or a chemical, with repeated attacks of coughing, sticky mucus, wheezing, shortness of breath, and a tight feeling in the chest. The disease can reach a state where it stops a person from exhaling, leading to unconsciousness and death. Cymbalta withdrawal

Breath Shortness - Unnatural breathing, using a lot of effort resulting in not enough air taken in by the body. Cymbalta withdrawal

Bronchitis - Inflammation of the two main breathing tubes leading from the windpipe to the lungs. The disease is marked by coughing, a low-grade fever, chest pain, and hoarseness, caused by an allergic reaction. Cymbalta withdrawal

Coughing - A cough is the response to an irritation, such as mucus, that causes the muscles controlling the breathing process to expel air from the lungs suddenly and noisily to keep the air passages free from the irritating material. Cymbalta withdrawal

Laryngitis - Inflammation of the voice box characterized by hoarseness, sore throat, and coughing. It can be caused by straining the voice or exposure to infectious, allergic or chemical irritation. Cymbalta withdrawal

Nasal Congestion - The presence of an abnormal amount of fluid in the nose. Cymbalta withdrawal

Pneumonia Tracheitis - Bacterial infection of the air passageways and lungs that causes redness, swelling and pain in the windpipe. Other symptoms are high fever, chills, pain in the chest, difficulty breathing, and coughing with mucus discharge. Cymbalta withdrawal

Rhinitis - Chemical irritation causing pain, redness and swelling in the mucus membranes of the nose. Cymbalta withdrawal

Sinus Congestion - The mucus-lined areas of the bones in the face that are thought to help warm and moisten air to the nose. These areas become clogged with excess fluid or become infected. Cymbalta withdrawal

Sinus Headache - An abnormal amount of fluid in the hollows of the facial bone structure, especially around the nose. This excess fluid creates pressure, causing pain in the head. Cymbalta withdrawal

Sinusitis - The body reacting to chemical irritation causing redness, swelling and pain in the area of the hollows in the facial bones especially around the nose. Cymbalta withdrawal


Neck/Shoulder Pain - Hurtful sensations of the nerve endings caused by damage to the tissues in the neck and shoulder, signaling danger of disease. Cymbalta withdrawal


Acne - Eruptions of the oil glands of the skin, especially on the face, marked by pimples, blackheads, whiteheads, bumps, and more severely, by cysts and scarring. Cymbalta withdrawal

Alopecia - The loss of hair, baldness. Cymbalta withdrawal

Angioedema - Intense itching and swelling welts on the skin called hives caused by an allergic reaction to internal or external agents. The reaction is common to a food or a drug. Chronic cases can last for a long period of time. Cymbalta withdrawal

Dermatitis - Generally irritated skin that can be caused by any of a number of irritating conditions, such as parasites, fungus, bacteria, or foreign substances causing an allergic reaction. It is a general inflammation of the skin. Cymbalta withdrawal

Dry Lips - The lack of normal moisture in the fleshy folds that surround the mouth. Cymbalta withdrawal

Dry Skin - The lack of normal moisture/oils in the surface layer of the body. The skin is the body’s largest organ. Cymbalta withdrawal

Epidermal Necrolysis - An abnormal condition in which a large portion of the skin becomes intensely red and peels off like a second-degree burn. Often the symptoms include blistering. Cymbalta withdrawal

Eczema - A severe or continuing skin disease marked by redness, crusting and scaling, with watery blisters and itching. It is often difficult to treat and will sometimes go away only to reappear again. Cymbalta withdrawal

Folliculitis - Inflammation of a follicle (small body sac), especially a hair follicle. A hair follicle contains the root of a hair. Cymbalta withdrawal

Furunculosis - Skin boils that show up repeatedly. Cymbalta withdrawal

Lipoma - A tumor of mostly fat cells that is not health endangering. Cymbalta withdrawal

Pruritus - Extreme itching of often-undamaged skin. Cymbalta withdrawal

Rash - A skin eruption or discoloration that may or may not be itching, tingling, burning, or painful. It may be caused by an allergy, a skin irritation or a skin disease. Cymbalta withdrawal

Skin Nodule - A bulge, knob, swelling or outgrowth in the skin that is a mass of tissue or cells. Cymbalta withdrawal


Conjunctivitis - Infection of the membrane that covers the eyeball and lines the eyelid, caused by a virus, allergic reaction, or an irritating chemical. It is characterized by redness, a discharge of fluid and itching. Cymbalta withdrawal

Dry Eyes - Not enough moisture in the eyes. Cymbalta withdrawal

Earache - Pain in the ear. Cymbalta withdrawal

Eye Infection - The invasion of the eye tissue by a bacteria, virus, fungus, etc, causing damage to the tissue, with toxicity. Infection spreading in the body progresses into disease. Cymbalta withdrawal

Eye Irritation - An inflammation of the eye. Cymbalta withdrawal

Metallic Taste - A range of taste impairment from distorted taste to a complete loss of taste. Cymbalta withdrawal

Pupils Dilated - Abnormal expansion of the black circular opening in the center of the eye. Cymbalta withdrawal

Taste Alteration - Abnormal flavor detection in food. Cymbalta withdrawal

Tinnitus - A buzzing, ringing, or whistling sound in one or both ears occurring from the use of certain drugs. Cymbalta withdrawal

Vision Abnormal - Normal images are seen differently by the viewer than by others. Cymbalta withdrawal

Vision Blurred - Eyesight is dim or indistinct and hazy in outline or appearance. Cymbalta withdrawal

Visual Disturbance - Eyesight is interfered with or interrupted. Some disturbances are light sensitivity and the inability to easily distinguish colors. Cymbalta withdrawal


Blood in Urine - Blood is present when one empties the liquid waste product of the kidneys through the bladder by urinating in the toilet, turning the water pink to bright red. Or you can see spots of blood in the water after urinating. Cymbalta withdrawal

Dysuria - Difficult or painful urination. Cymbalta withdrawal

Kidney Stone - Small hard masses of salt deposits that the kidney forms. Cymbalta withdrawal

Urinary Frequency - Having to urinate more often than usual or between unusually short time periods. Cymbalta withdrawal

Urinary Tract Infection - An invasion of bacteria, viruses, fungi, etc., of the system in the body. This starts with the kidneys, which eliminate urine from the body. If the invasion goes unchecked, it can injure tissue and progress into disease. Cymbalta withdrawal

Urinary Urgency - A sudden compelling urge to urinate, accompanied by discomfort in the bladder. Cymbalta withdrawal


Anorgasmia - Failure to experience an orgasm. Cymbalta withdrawal

Ejaculation Disorder - Dysfunction of the discharge of semen during orgasm. Cymbalta withdrawal

Menstrual Disorder - Dysfunction of the discharge during the monthly menstrual cycle. Cymbalta withdrawal


Acute Renal Failure - The kidneys stop excreting waste products properly, leading to rapid poisoning (toxicity) in the body. Cymbalta withdrawal

Anaphylaxis - A violent, sudden, and severe drop in blood pressure caused by a re-exposure to a foreign protein or a second dosage of a drug that may be fatal unless emergency treatment is given right away. Cymbalta withdrawal

Grand Mal Seizures (or Convulsions) - A recurring sudden, violent and involuntary attack of muscle spasms with a loss of consciousness. Cymbalta withdrawal

Neuroleptic Malignant Syndrome - A life threatening, rare reaction to an anti-psychotic drug marked by fever, muscular rigidity, changed mental status, and dysfunction of the autonomic nervous system. Cymbalta withdrawal

Pancreatitis - Chemical irritation with redness, swelling, and pain in the pancreas where digestive enzymes and hormones are secreted. Cymbalta withdrawal

QT Prolongation - A very fast heart rhythm disturbance that is too fast for the heart to beat effectively so the blood to the brain falls, causing a sudden loss of consciousness and may cause sudden cardiac death. Cymbalta withdrawal

Rhabdomyolysis - The breakdown and release of muscle fibers into the circulatory system. Some of the fibers are poisonous to the kidney and frequently result in kidney damage. Cymbalta withdrawal

Serotonin Syndrome - A disorder brought on by excessive levels of serotonin. It is caused by drugs and can be fatal. Symptoms include euphoria, drowsiness, sustained and rapid eye movement, agitation, reflexes overreacting, rapid muscle contractions, abnormal movements of the foot, clumsiness, feeling drunk and dizzy without any intake of alcohol, jaw muscles contracting and relaxing excessively, muscle twitching, high body temperature, rigid body, rotating mental status - including confusion and excessive happiness - diarrhea and loss of consciousness. Cymbalta withdrawal

Thrombocytopenia - An abnormal decrease in the number of blood platelets in the circulatory system. A decrease in platelets would cause a decrease in the ability of the blood to clot when necessary. Cymbalta withdrawal

Torsades de Pointes – An unusually rapid heart rhythm starting in the lower heart chambers. If the short bursts of rapid heart rhythm continue for a prolonged period, it can degenerate into a more rapid rhythm and can be fatal. Cymbalta withdrawal



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