not sure what to do about cymbalta

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Rakelle218
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Date Joined Sep 2005
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   Posted 9/9/2005 3:23 PM (GMT -7)   
 iven been taking cymbalta for about 7 months now, for anxiety and slight depression. it seemed to work for a couple of months , but then i reliezed that i hadnt cried or had much of any emotion for a while, i soon noticed that i had no reaction to any type of situation. and i started feeling like i was completely numb, so ive started to wean myself off of the drug by taking it every other day and so on.. i keep getting that darn head spinning funny feeling thing. i hope that goes away soon.  i just need to get off this drug to see if my emotions come back and i can feel like myself again. .. .. plus i was reading a post earlier about having horrible night sweats and vivid ass dreams.. thats exactily what i have, i have to change my cloths twice throughout the night, and i have wild vivid dreams, just wondering if anyone has had the same thing happen to them while on this meds and if anyone has any suggestions
 thanks Rakelle :-)

Dee75
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   Posted 9/9/2005 7:42 PM (GMT -7)   
Maybe you should talk to your doctor and have him change your meds. Night sweats and vivid dreams are no fun. The best to you. Dee

Rakelle218
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   Posted 9/10/2005 6:00 PM (GMT -7)   
thanks. dee. the dreams are kinda cool, but the sweats suck.. the only problem is i just lost my med insurance cause i had to switch to part time cause i was having trouble getting a babysitter for my daughter. and i know the doctor will want to see me... they never give advice over the phone. nono

Aljosangels
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   Posted 9/12/2005 7:42 AM (GMT -7)   
Hello!! I have been on cymbalta for about 3 months now and I get the same numb feeling you describe. I have NO emotions at all... just a zombie in a sense. It's frustrating because I can't even really laugh at a good joke... or cry at the end of a good tear-jerker.

I haven't had night sweats.( thank God) but I do have some dreaming going on. I have to see my doc in a few weeks and I plan to talk to him about all this. I'll get back with ya on what he tells me.

Meanwhile.. I hope it gets better for you!! Allison
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