My husband just stared cymbalta going on his third week now. He just been diagnost with clinicl depression. He said that he feels somewhat better. I can tell a big differance with this being his third week. The question is, how long does it take for you to feel like your brain deosn't feel numb? His mood is nonexistant. He said that he has no feelings. Will he get his feelings back? Will he be happy again? He also doensn't have as much ambition as he once did. He couldn't sit still. He was always doing something. Will he ever feel like that again? He is afraid as I, that he won't do the things he loves anymore or want to do the things anymore. He is in the proses of building a buggie, He loves doing things like that, and he has it half done. He is afraid he wouldn't want to even finish that. Your answer is greatly appreated.
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