Sweating - excessive is found among people who take Cymbalta, especially for people who are female, 60+ old , have been taking the drug for < 1 month, also take medication Lyrica, and have Depression . We study 86,605 people who have side effects while taking Cymbalta from FDA and social media. Among them, 2,948 have Sweating - excessive. Find out below who they are, when they have Sweating - excessive and more.
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Cymbalta has active ingredients of duloxetine hydrochloride. It is often used in depression. (latest outcomes from Cymbalta 89,411 users)
Sweating - excessive has been reported by people with breathing difficulty, pain, drug ineffective, insomnia, malaise (latest reports from 66,763 Sweating - excessive patients).
On Sep, 16, 2016
86,605 people reported to have side effects when taking Cymbalta.
Among them, 2,948 people (3.4%) have Sweating - Excessive
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Hi I know my answer is late Hi I know my answer is late for yout post, and I hope you are doing better today. I suffered severe serotonin syndrome in Jan and Feb 2016. Hospitalized and in ICU on ventilator for 3 days. I was taking cymbalta and psychiatrist ordered buspar. I took the buspar x2 doses and then eas shopping with a friend who knew me..thank God. I completely decompensated to point of acting like a bad horror movie demon-driven maniac. Hallucinating, throwing my arms and legs around to relieve muscle rigidity, rocking myself, begging over and over "please please help me! HELP ME!". No one knew what had happened to me. Er docs asked my son if I was taking illict illegal street drugs..like BATH SALTS!. I was acting that badly restrained x4 with 2 big burly secutity guards holding me down too. I bit people, screamed, felt like my arms and legs were hurting so badly that I was begging for help. They gave me so much medicine to stop my unbelievable behavior that I literally stopped breathing. Had to be entubated and put in icu for 3 days. They did every medical test possible as well as every blood drug test. Everything was ok. Doc told my son that I mught never be the same if I did wake up. No one even thought about serotonin syndrome. After I recovered and came home I started researching what happened. I am an RN. I discovered that my cymbalta and new buspar could have precipitated event BUT MY CULPRIT was MUCINEX (OTC cough suppresnt" According to many articles on internet, this combo caused my serotonin syndrome. Who would ever thought an over the counter med for a cold combined with my new buspar and cymbalta would almost kill me. If you research this, you will find many meds that counteract and cause serotonin syndrome. Tramadol (ultram) is a big one and so is DEMEROL! Big big no no's. I cannot ever take another antidepressant cause of my hx. I miss my cymbalta SO MUCH! But I am limited to wellbutrin (made me so mean and angry), Abilify (which is directly contra-indicated by pharmacistt) with my Requip for severe restless legs and lastly Remeron which causes extreme wt gain. So right now I am taking nothing for nerous and metal If I slip up and dont research a medicine properly, then i experience milder but still miserable serotonin overload. I have about given up. submitted by Dee Smith 0 sec ago
Excessive sweating, especially of my scalp, face, neck to the point that it runs off of my chin. When I walk from a fairly cool room (72 degrees) into a warmer room (80 degrees) the sweat starts rolling out of my hair, going into my eyes!! I'm a 58 year old female and have had this horrible ...
I've been on Cymbalta for eight+ years. I've complained to doctors, recently and previously, about pain in my mid upper abdomen. I've had two ultrasounds, some sort of other test where I drank some liquid and they watched with some sort of ???, and now I'm scheduled for an endoscopy. I'm ...
Hi I know my answer is late Hi I know my answer is late for yout post, and I hope you are doing better today. I suffered severe serotonin syndrome in Jan and Feb 2016. Hospitalized and in ICU on ventilator for 3 days. I was taking cymbalta and psychiatrist ordered buspar. I took the buspar x2 ...
Hiya I'm 63 years old woman. Was diagnosed with MDS RCMD 2 yrss ago & am transfusion dependent since then. Have also thanks to no auto immune, got COPD, Bronchictasis & Aspergillus, oh yes I've also got Osteoarthritus - oh lucky me! Have also been suffering severe sweats for last 2 yrs which ...
Hello everyone, I've been taking cymbalta for 2 weeks now. Along with the cymbalta I take Lamictal as well. I'm an active duty soldier, that's been deployed, and I suffer from PTSD, Borderline Personality Disorder, Anxiety, as well as, Depression. Initially when I started taking the Cymbalta I ...
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