My husband has been on Cymbalta over 2 years. Prior to that, he was on Lexapro for 2 years, and it just quit working. He seems to be more depressed than ever before and his attitude is very poor, with him being easily aggravated and tempermental. He is normally a very calm person. He is extremely tired, always sleeping after work. He doesn't want to leave his room, although he recognizes this is his depression acting up. I don't know what to do for him... but it seems maybe change meds? I am very concerned about the side effects of coming off Cymbalta, and on to another drug.
Thanks for any help! Wendy
I understand your concerns but sometimes this is part of the process. I usually have to have my meds adjusted twice a year in order to keep the depression away. I have had to change anti-depressants as well several times.
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