Okay...so I'm on my third week of cymbalta. I haven't noticed any difference in my depression but I have been feeling more tired than normal. My psychiatrist told me to try taking them at night to see if there is any change. WELL I tried that today and I already had pretty bad withdrawal just by taking them at night instead of in the morning. By withdrawal I mean those awful electric sensations in my head that I had when I quit effexor. So basically I'm not feeling any better, but due to the withdrawals, I can conclude that cymbalta is clearly working on my brain. So I'm wondering...is it reasonable to assume that cymbalta isn't the med for me? My psych said I should be feeling at least some benefits by now, even if it's minimal. But all that I'm feeling is bad physical effects.
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