Side effects of Cymbalta itself can include:
numbness and tingling of the face, including the mouth, hands, and feet, headache, dizziness, drowsiness, and attention problems.
So, the symptoms you are experiencing may be side effects from the amount of Cymbalta you are still taking.
I would recommend you talk with your prescribing physician and possibly a pharmacist as well about your symptoms and see if you might be able to cut back even more on the Cymbalta.
You may even want to call the drug manufacturer and report your symptoms, which they should report in turn to the FDA, I think.
All the side effects I listed are reportedly more common side effects of Cymbalta. Sounds like you are having a rough time of it! See PM.
Thank you. I am seeing my Dr on Monday so hopefully she will shed more light on this. I am sure it is related to the Cymbalta which I have been on for over a year now and I had never had these symptoms until only recently.
Hopefully things will improve once I am off it completely.
I had to wean very slowly off Cymbalta, opening the capsules and counting out the little pearls to reduce slowly enough. I was having brain zaps
I hope she will be understanding and know just how to help you!