... (50mg) at night. I have been taking it at night. Am I better off to skip one day and take it the next morning or to take it in the morning which is about 12 hours after I have taken it at night? I am worried about the effect of the increased Cymbalta for that day when the change occurs. Thanks!
28 Aug 2009
The best and safest thing to do is check with you Doctor. I always take my Cymbalta in the am, It is a time released pill, so at night it really is not getting a chance to provide what you need. Please check with you Doc or ask his nurse, maybe it will save you a trip to the office. Take care of yourself and be strong.
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