Cymbalta Withdrawl

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Symptoms of Cymbalta® withdrawal can be both physical and psychological in nature. In clinical studies, up to 44 percent of people who stopped taking the drug experienced withdrawal symptoms. Common withdrawal symptoms include irritability, headaches, and dizziness. In order to minimize or prevent symptoms of withdrawal from Cymbalta, your healthcare provider may recommend decreasing your dose slowly over time. Symptoms can last anywhere from a few days to a few weeks.
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