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Prickling sensation, pain in inner thigh, swelling. Taking cymbalta medication. Causes for pain?

Yes. Over the past few weeks I have been feeling pin pricks all over my body. I started Cymbalta a month ago and I m not sure if this feeling is due to the medication or not. Beginning last week I began to feel pain in the inner thigh, above the knee . The area was swollen, but since then the swelling has gone down. Today I m feeling the pin pricks in the same leg that I felt the swelling above the knee. In addition to the pin pricking, I m feeling pain, like bruising pain in the shin area of my leg. Almost like a deep pain. I m not sure if all this neuro , circulatory, or just me over reacting. The pain is real and at times sharp
Asked On : Sun, 2 Dec 2012
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Cymbalta unlikely causes such problems. I do sense your suffering and genuineness of the symptoms

Such symptoms can be because of longstanding depression, anxiety, psychological issues

You may need to discuss the option of increasing cymbalta and considering psychotherapy for further benefit. Also check for hemoglobin level
Answered: Tue, 20 Aug 2013
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