Hi September, and welcome to the forum!!
I did have some stomach distress initially with various meds (anti-d's and others). But I found that after a few weeks, the stomach distress went away entirely. I do make sure that I take my meds with food . . . that does make a big difference. I do have one med which must be taken on an empty stomach, but most anti-d's can be taken with food to minimize the stomach probs.
Good luck with the Cymbalta . . . and keep us posted!!
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