I'm on 60mg of cymbalta daily for one year and recently I have no tolerance for heat. Does anyone have a similar experience?
4 Aug 2013
I've been on cymbalta for a little over a year, I can't tolerate heat either. But honestly I was taking blood pressure medicine before cymbalta, and I couldn't tolerate the heat then either. I'd say it's worse now. I think a lot of meds make us heat intolerant. Also I get dehydrated very easily, and if I do - look out, sores in my mouth, headache, nausea. I watch my water intake very carefully. I have gone to drinking bottled water so I know exactly how many ounces I've consumed.
4 Aug 2013
Absolutely! my "hotflashes" ended about 4 days after switching back to Effexor. Don't misunderstand, cymbalta worked well for me on so many levels, I didn't know that it was causing them until after the fact. But I thought I was actually going through menopause! Lol so to make a long story short, yes!
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