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Does cymbalta increase blood cholesterol levels?

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17 Mar 2010

An increase in blood - cholesterol levels has been reported with Cymbalta but infrequently.

See: http://www.drugs.com/pro/cymbalta.html#s110 - scroll down to "other adverse reactions".

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