Duloxetine is a generic name of Cymbalta. It is an antidepressant belonging to a group of norepinephrine reuptake inhibitors and selective serotonin. This medication can be used by the people suffering from major depressive disorder and anxiety disorder. This condition may occur as a consequence of unbalancing in chemicals in brain.
Cymbalta is able to affect those chemical and as a result a patient may feel much better. This medication is pretty effective, but you should remember that you should not take it unless it is recommended by your healthcare provider. Cymbalta can also be prescribed for patients suffering from fibromyalgia, a chronic pain disorder. There is a range of other conditions that Duloxetine can be used for treatment of.
There is a range of medications that should not be taken along with Cymbalta. Thus, you should not take MAO inhibitors and other medication if you use Cymbalta. There are 1032 medications known to interact with Duloxetine and if you need to take some other medication along with Cymbalta, you should discuss it with your healthcare provider before. If you use Cymbalta, you can have some side effects, including panic attacks, trouble sleeping, anxiety, changes in mood or behavior.
Do not use Duloxetine if you take Cymbalta. If you have any health problems, you should tell a healthcare provider and you need also to tell your healthcare provider if you have some mental problems. If you are pregnant, you should tell about it your healthcare provider. You should not take Cymbalta unless you get a prescription for your healthcare provider. It is very important to take this medication in the correct dose and only your healthcare provider can determine the dose of Cymbalta that will be effective and harmless for you. Your healthcare provider may change the dose of Duloxetine if there is a need.