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Is there a generic for cymbalta?

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kaismama 15 May 2014

Yes. It just came out a few months ago. The comments here haven't been very favorable.

Trinabell 15 May 2014

Yes its called Duloxetine. I switched to it from the name brand & honestly I haven't noticed a difference.

mrhogansr 15 May 2014

Yeah I've been taking it for three months now. I take 60 mg a day and it works fine for me. Hope this helps. Sincerely, Mike

suzanne66 16 May 2014

Yes, there is. The FDA approved generic versions of Cymbalta (duloxetine delayed-release capsules) in December 2013.
Generic versions are available in 10mg 30mg and 60mg strengths. All are delayed release formulations.
The FDA has given all the generic versions an "AB" rating, meaning they are considered equivalent to brand-name Cymbalta.
The generic versions may have different inactive ingredients than Cymbalta ( fillers, dyes etc) and these may cause problems for people with allergies or sensitivities.
The following companies manufacturer generic versions of Cymbalta:
Aurobindo Pharma Ltd., Dr. Reddy’s Laboratories Ltd., Lupin Ltd., Sun Pharma Global FZE, Teva Pharmaceuticals USA, Torrent Pharmaceuticals Ltd.

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