when I am sleeping I have the strangest dreams. Is anyone else having this issue. Thanks:)
Silenor helps most but for some it doesn't work at all but since you are sleeping it is probably working for you.
The cymbalta is probably why you are having the strange dreams. I am currently tapering off cymbalta myself and that is one of the symptoms. You are lucky that you have something to help you sleep as I am waking more often than ever and the wierd dreams verge on being nightmares. I am in contact with a few others off or tapering off cymbalta and they all have bad/strange dreams too.
So I say hang in there and 6 weeks or so after being off the cymbalta the dreams should stop.
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