What is the lethal dose of cymbalta (duloxetine hydrochloride)?
Asked by Harris Kewal 1 month ago.
ummm idk but it is really hard to kill yourself or someone else on an anti-depressant....cause they are slowly released into your body through out the day....youll just end up getting sick if you take too many of them...if ur having bad thoughts....then its time that you talked to someone about how you are feeling....please get help b4 it is too late. Answered by Hershel Caple 1 month ago.
Duloxetine (Cymbalta) 30 mg and 60 mg capsules are generally being prescribed by an healthcare provider... Before consuming this pill do consult your professional for help.. Answered by Glynda Cossett 1 month ago.
while i strengthen into on it it did not help. it certainly made issues alot worse. i woul take it for truly and in case you spot any differences that are undesirable supply up taking it and notice your dr. Answered by Karl Derosso 1 month ago.
Yeah sure, wouldn't getting a gun be easier? Answered by Fernando Blansett 1 month ago.
Cymbalta cannot kill you. Answered by Ivory Smits 1 month ago.
Okay, who ya trying to kill? Answered by Kathline Sabiston 1 month ago.
What are the side effects of 'DUZELA' ? (duloxetine hydrochloride)?
does this drug have any negative effect on your blood profile? esp. lowering of platelet count? or for that matter on body muscles, and does it cause fatigue in the patient too?
Asked by Migdalia Gamache 1 month ago.
these are the same thing. check the link. Cymbalta side effects Side effects cannot be anticipated. If any develop or change in intensity, tell your doctor as soon as possible. Only your doctor can determine if it is safe to continue using Cymbalta. Side effects may include: Appetite changes, constipation, diarrhea, dizziness, dry mouth, fatigue, headache, insomnia, nausea, sexual difficulties, sleepiness, sweating, tremor, urinary difficulties, vomiting, weakness --------------------------------------... Why should Cymbalta not be prescribed? You will not be able to use Cymbalta if it causes an allergic reaction. In addition, you should not take Cymbalta if you have uncontrolled narrow-angle glaucoma, a disease that causes increased pressure in the eyes. Never combine Cymbalta with an MAO inhibitor such as Marplan, Nardil, or Parnate (see "Most important fact about Cymbalta"). Do not take the drug thioridazine (Mellaril) with Cymbalta, as it could cause fatal heartbeat irregularities. --------------------------------------... Special warnings about Cymbalta In clinical studies, antidepressants increased the risk of suicidal thinking and behavior in children and adolescents with depression and other psychiatric disorders. Anyone considering the use of Cymbalta or any other antidepressant in a child or adolescent must balance this risk with the clinical need. Cymbalta has not been studied in children or adolescents and is not approved for treating anyone less than 18 years old. Additionally, the progression of major depression is associated with a worsening of symptoms and/or the emergence of suicidal thinking or behavior in both adults and children, whether or not they're taking antidepressants. Individuals being treated with Cymbalta and their caregivers should watch for any change in symptoms or any new symptoms that appear suddenly--especially agitation, anxiety, hostility, panic, restlessness, extreme hyperactivity, and suicidal thinking or behavior--and report them to the doctor immediately. Be especially observant at the beginning of treatment or whenever there is a change in dose. Some medical conditions require careful monitoring during treatment with Cymbalta. Be sure to tell the doctor if you have diabetes, glaucoma, high blood pressure, or a seizure disorder. Cymbalta can cause episodes of mania (abnormally high feelings of excitement and energy), so be sure the doctor is aware if you have this condition. Using Cymbalta is not recommended if you have liver problems or severe kidney disease. Like other antidepressants, Cymbalta can cause drowsiness and affect judgment or motor skills. Use caution when driving, operating dangerous machinery, or participating in hazardous activities until you know how the drug affects you. --------------------------------------... Possible food and drug interactions when taking Cymbalta Never take Cymbalta with MAO inhibitors (see "Most important fact about Cymbalta") or the drug thioridazine (Mellaril). Consult your doctor first before taking drugs that act on the central nervous system, such as antipsychotics, narcotic painkillers, sleep inducers, or tranquilizers. Due to the possibility of liver damage, do not take Cymbalta if you use alcohol more than occasionally. If Cymbalta is taken with certain other drugs, the effects of either could be increased, decreased, or altered. It is especially important to check with your doctor before combining Cymbalta with the following: Antibiotics known as quinolones, such as Cipro, Floxin, and Trovan Antidepressants known as tricyclics, including Elavil, Pamelor, and Tofranil Antidepressants that raise serotonin levels, such as Effexor, Paxil, Prozac, and Zoloft Antipsychotic medication known as phenothiazines, including Compazine, Prolixin, Serentil, Thorazine, and Trilafon Flecainide (Tambocor) Fluvoxamine Propafenone (Rythmol) Quinidine Answered by Erlinda Borowik 1 month ago.
Duloxetine Side Effects Answered by Angeline Corvo 1 month ago.
Cymbalta (duloxetine hydrochloride) Side effects cannot be anticipated. If any develop or change in intensity, tell your doctor as soon as possible. Only your doctor can determine if it is safe to continue using Cymbalta. Side effects may include: Appetite changes, constipation, diarrhea, dizziness, dry mouth, fatigue, headache, insomnia, nausea, sexual difficulties, sleepiness, sweating, tremor, urinary difficulties, vomiting, weakness Answered by Leonie Halsema 1 month ago.
Stop using Zantac and get emergency medical help if you have any of these signs of an allergic reaction: hives; difficulty breathing; swelling of your face, lips, tongue, or throat. Call your doctor at once if you have any of these serious side effects: chest pain, fever, feeling short of breath, coughing up green or yellow mucus; easy bruising or bleeding, unusual weakness; fast or slow heart rate; problems with your vision; fever, sore throat, and headache with a severe blistering, peeling, and red skin rash; or nausea, stomach pain, low fever, loss of appetite, dark urine, clay-colored stools, jaundice (yellowing of the skin or eyes). Less serious side effects may include: headache (may be severe); drowsiness, dizziness; sleep problems (insomnia); decreased sex drive, impotence, or difficulty having an orgasm; or swollen or tender breasts (in men); nausea, vomiting, stomach pain; or diarrhea or constipation. Answered by Jc Rieke 1 month ago.
Duloxetine Hcl 30mg Answered by Gary Brass 1 month ago.
look up the drug and find which company produces it. they will have a complete list of all side effects the drug has on their website. Answered by Larissa Mcnichol 1 month ago.
Most common side effects in clinical trials were nausea, somnolence(drowsyness), and dry mouth Answered by Scot Treisch 1 month ago.
When will Cymbalta go generic?
Asked by Sheree Bleasdale 1 month ago.
Trade Name CYMBALTA Applicant LILLY Ingredient DULOXETINE HYDROCHLORIDE Active Rx / Discontinued RX Dosage CAPSULE, DELAYED REL PELLETS; ORAL Strength EQ 20MG BASE Approval Date Aug 3, 2004 TE RLD No Patent Number 5,023,269 Expiration Date Jun 11, 2013 Use TREATMENT OF GENERALIZED ANXIETY DISORDER Exclusivity Expiration Nov 28, 2010 Use REVISIONS TO PROVIDE FOR RESULTS OF MAINTENANCE DATA IN ADULT PATIENTS WITH MAJOR DEPRESSIVE DISORDER Exclusivity Expiration Feb 23, 2010 Use GENERALIZED ANXIETY DISORDER (GAD) Exclusivity Expiration Sep 3, 2007 Use DIABETIC PERIPHERAL NEUROPATHIC PAIN Exclusivity Expiration Aug 3, 2009 Use NEW CHEMICAL ENTITY Duloxetine (Cymbalta) in Brief Active ingredient: Duloxetine hydrochloride Common brand names: Cymbalta, Xeristar, Yentreve Drug class: Antidepressant, Serotonin-Norepinephrine Reuptake Inhibitor FDA Approved: August 3, 2004 Patent expiration date: June 11, 2008 Chemical Formula: C18H19NOS-HCl Legal status: Prescription only Pregnancy Category: C Habit forming? No Originally discovered: 1988, Eli Lilly & Company, USA Eli Lilly and Company has brought at least four lawsuits seeking to prevent generic pharmaceutical companies from marketing imitations of the antidepressant Cymbalta®. The suits accused Sandoz Inc., Impax Laboratories Inc., Wockhardt, and Cobalt Laboratories Inc. of patent infringement. Eli Lilly, represented by Finnegan, asked the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Indiana to declare its patent valid and enforceable until the expiration date in June 2013. Answered by Lynell Senate 1 month ago.
Venlafaxine is generic Effexor. It is a different antidepressant, not a generic of Cymbalta. Cymbalta, if I recall right, does not have a generic yet. Both Effexor and Cymbalta are in the same class of med, but Effexor is a harder hitter, in my opinion, and it comes with harsher withdrawals. Personally, I'd tell your insurance no, and get your doc to back you on that. I'd most definitely do this if Cymbalta has been effective for you! Since they are different medications, you should be able to get your insurance to go along. Answered by Cherelle Corbley 1 month ago.
cymbalta generic Answered by Brianne Korb 1 month ago.
3+ years from it's patent date I think Answered by Estefana Lessin 1 month ago.
Has anyone else taken Cymbalta and had these side effects?
I started taking Cymbalta on Friday for arthritis pain and for nerve pain due to a herniated disc. I am already almost pain free however I am having some pretty bad side effects. I am naseous and weak. I slept from about 10:00 pm last night to 1:00 this afternoon only waking up a few times for about twenty minutes....
Asked by Kelley Stade 1 month ago.
I started taking Cymbalta on Friday for arthritis pain and for nerve pain due to a herniated disc. I am already almost pain free however I am having some pretty bad side effects. I am naseous and weak. I slept from about 10:00 pm last night to 1:00 this afternoon only waking up a few times for about twenty minutes. Has anyone else had these side effects and if so how long do they last? I really think this medicine is going to help me but wanted some input from others because I tend to have bad reactions to medicine. I'm hoping others have experienced this and it's gone away rather quickly. Answered by Brittani Ledbetter 1 month ago.
Is is safe to go to the Sauna if I have discontinued a med in the last week?
Cymbalta, specifically. I want to celebrate finishing a midterm - and the change of seasons....by sitting in the sauna for an hour.... Just wondering if it would be ok
Asked by Pablo Timar 1 month ago.
Should be fine. Duloxetine hydrochloride (Cymbalta) is extensively metabolized with a half life in the 12 hour range. Even if you still had blood levels of the protein bound drug, a little dehydration should not cause any major problems for you. Answered by Avery Helgeson 1 month ago.
Do a sauna once a week for the rest of your life, then you will not need any med. You can celebrate whenever and wherever you are, especially your existence! I can't give any medical advice. I don't know what 'Cymbalta' is. I am not a health professional. So my advice can't be taken seriously and so has no value at all. This is stated that you don't sue me for any of the changes in your personality which might occur because the value of your established measurement shifted to another level due to the practice of meditation (NOT medication) or other noncommercial activities. BeiYin Answered by Sierra Demick 1 month ago.
Does Effexor xr or cymbalta contain MAOIs?
or what type of antidepresants contain MAOis?
Asked by Tashia Bethers 1 month ago.
efexor (venlafaxine) contains the active ingredient venlafaxine hydrochloride, while Cymbalta contains duloxetine hydrochloride. Both are a type of antidepressant known as a serotonin and noradrenaline reuptake inhibitor (SNRI). This type of medicine acts on nerve cells in the brain. If you are taking any anti depressants which are MAOI's, you must stop taking them at least 14 days before you begin a course of SNRI's. MAOI's (e.g. Nardil, Parnate) This group has been around as long as the Tricyclic Antidepressants. For those who cannot tolerate or have been unsuccessful with other antidepressants, MAOI's may be the best pharmacological intervention. However, there are potential dangerous interactions with a number of foods and medications. They contain a chemical called tyramine, which can raise blood pressure if it is not destroyed before it reaches the bloodstream. Many of the foods to be avoided are high in protein such as cheese, hard sausages (pepperoni, salami) or pickled herring. Also several varieties of wine and beer (but not distilled liquor) must be avoided. In addition, this drug should not be taken with pseudoephedrine (Sudafed), diet pills containing Dexatrim and most other antidepressants. Possible side-effects include lowered blood pressure, sexual dysfunction, weight gain, sedation, dry mouth and constipation. Answered by Jodi Latos 1 month ago.
Is Cymbalta An Maoi Answered by Tory Orson 1 month ago.
I have a chest cold and bought cough meds. The warning said not to if i'm taking drugs for depression that contain MAOI. Does effexor contain this and can I take cough meds Answered by Sixta Rymasz 1 month ago.
Is Cymbalta low dose (60 mg) a tricyclic antidepressant?
Hi, my mom recently got sick with some kind of viral infection and she takes Cymbalta low dose 60 mg deloxetine HCI antidepressants. On the medicine the doctor proscribed (codeine/phenylephrine/promethazine syrup) it says not to take it with tricylclic antidepressants, is the one she is taking one that is not to be...
Asked by Aliza Ludovici 1 month ago.
Hi, my mom recently got sick with some kind of viral infection and she takes Cymbalta low dose 60 mg deloxetine HCI antidepressants. On the medicine the doctor proscribed (codeine/phenylephrine/promethazine syrup) it says not to take it with tricylclic antidepressants, is the one she is taking one that is not to be taken with the syrup, I was just wondering, I don't think so since it's such a low dose. Any help will be appreciated though! Thanks! Answered by Burton Vandy 1 month ago.
Cymbalta (duloxetine hydrochloride) is a selective serotonin and norepinephrine reuptake inhibitor (SSNRI). It's not a tricyclic antidepressant. Answered by Morris Baczewski 1 month ago.
Is it safe to take 150mg of Wellbutrin XL and 60mg of Cymbalta together? ?
(150mg Bupropion hydrochloride & 60mg duloxetine HCI) If prescribed by a doctor? I'm just researching a prescription to see what others have to say.
Asked by Ivey Devany 1 month ago.
The chemical make of the two medications are different. This might confuse you but please hang in with me. Wellbutrin is of the aminoketone class. Cymbalta is a selective serotonin and norepinephrine reuptake inhibitor (SSNRI). These are two different classes of antidepressants. Ok - if you are worried about the doses. Cymbalta is proven safe for doses up to 120mg. Wellbutrin XL is proven safe up to 450 mg. There are many times that doctors will prescribe two antidepressants at the same time. The reasons are numerous. Need of more antidepressant effect, need of another uptake receptor medication, need to treat another issue, this list could go on almost endlessly. You doctor is ok in prescribing the two together. Chemically there is no interaction, there is no know side effects of combining the two, they do not target the same receptors in the brain. Answered by Johnie Monarch 1 month ago.
Firstly, you should trust and listen your doctor if he gives you some kind of specific directions, because he more than likely has a very good reason to do so. Secondly, the only interactions Wellbutrin has is with carbamazepine, cimetidine, phenytoin, and phenobarbital, (decreasing their healing effect), as well as with levodopa (increasing its adverse effects). As for Cymbalta -- it has many many interactions with alcohol, drugs, and a few herbal remedies, but Wellbutrin is not one of them. So, trust me when I say you should be just fine. Answered by Justina Kregger 1 month ago.
Cymbalta and alcohol allergic reaction?
someone in my family has a drinking problem, and also takes Cymbalta (depression medicine) they will drink a fifth of vodka or more in a day and then take their medicine... the next day their face will be swollen.. almost like they got stung by a bee. lips are swollen, cheeks, nose and eyes. they only drink the...
Asked by Timika Kosiba 1 month ago.
someone in my family has a drinking problem, and also takes Cymbalta (depression medicine) they will drink a fifth of vodka or more in a day and then take their medicine... the next day their face will be swollen.. almost like they got stung by a bee. lips are swollen, cheeks, nose and eyes. they only drink the vodka on the weekends when no one is home, and the next day they are swollen. never during the week does this happen. so my question is, is the vodka mixed with cymbalta causing this?! any help would be appreciated. im worried about them. Please! Thanks in advance! Answered by Marlys Pareja 1 month ago.
Sorry to mention, however we have now certainly not heard of some thing besides to avert it wholly. My mom has continually had a violent response to alcohol. But eating places have now not realy been a lot of a quandary. If somethings in query we simply determine. My sister used to be first-class till 20yrs historical then she built the equal quandary. Shortly after she married, this occured, humorous factor is she married into an Italian loved ones. Two of her 3 children are alergic to alcohol. I myself used to be first-class till approximately forty yrs, I am now not as dangerous because the others, they emerge as in health facility. If it's within the loved ones possibilities of different having it or setting up it, is larger. Answered by Monique Minehart 1 month ago.
Do I have to wait a few days before switching meds?
I was taking escitalopram (5mg) and now my doctor wants me to take Cymbalta (duloxetine hydrochloride) because I was getting a lot of side effects on the escitalopram. I'm just wondering, do I need to wait a few days to get the previous drug out of my system before taking a new one? My doctor said I could...
Asked by Margot Parrin 1 month ago.
I was taking escitalopram (5mg) and now my doctor wants me to take Cymbalta (duloxetine hydrochloride) because I was getting a lot of side effects on the escitalopram. I'm just wondering, do I need to wait a few days to get the previous drug out of my system before taking a new one? My doctor said I could just start right away since the 5mg is such a small amount but I'm really not sure... Would it matter that I'm switching from an SSRI to an SNRI? Any advice is helpful, thanks! Answered by Marcell Hayworth 1 month ago.
If your doctor thinks it won't harm you, then I wouldn't worry about it. If you are really worried about it, call your doctor and ask if you can wait a few days. However, anti-depressants stay in your system for several weeks, so you can't simply wait for one to fade completely out before starting another. Answered by Shauna Lambuth 1 month ago.
That depends, do you think your doctor has a better education or the random wackos on Y!A do? Answered by Charlesetta Curvey 1 month ago.
best resource for medication questions is the pharmacy Answered by Vonda Derkach 1 month ago.