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Memory loss, rigid legs, headaches, muscle spasms. Stopped taking cymbalta. What could this be?

i have recently stopped taking cymbalta after 2 weeks of weaning off. i am experiancing some extremely unpleasant syptoms such as: memory loss, ridgid legs and muscle spasms, hot and cold flushes, headaches, impared vision, unsteady on my feet, extreme night sweats, nausea, stomach pain, sudden loss of energy, palpitations, unable to control limb function. these are just some of my symptoms. can you help? please
Asked On : Thu, 11 Apr 2013
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Unpleasant thoughts, tremors, nausea, palpitations, loss of appetite and fibromylgia are some of the adverse effects of Duloxetine(Cymbalta).

Anyways you have stopped it.

Consult your doctor before starting it again.
Answered: Wed, 3 Jul 2013
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