My doctor gave me a prescription for Cymbalta today at 30mg per day. I'm taking Klonopin right now atmg twice per day. I'm nervous to become medicated. He said the klonopin was a band-aid, and the Cymbalta will really start fixing the problem with my neuro-transmitters and serotonin or whatever. Since seeing Gyno I looked up my symptoms and it does match up with another Auto Immune disease but I can't seem to wonder if all my dryness in my entire body is from my Klonopin? I also take Cymbalta, Soma and Darvocet. I was on Celebrex for years, and miss it dearly as it was the one medication that helped with my.
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My heart slowed down and I did not have to call ) My doctor also gave me some samples of Cymbalta 30mg. I have not yet started on it. My question is are they safe to take together? What about side affects? I do not like the dizziness and weird ear "sounds" that I am getting on the Clonazepam. Also. I had been on Klonopin long term (8 years) and had been on Cymbalta for about 6 months and recently came off both. Klonopin History: 1mg/day for first 4 yrs. mg/day for 3 yrsmg/day for most of this past year. For the past few months I had tapered down even more -- takingmg every 2 or 3 days.
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