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shania09 posted:
I am taking cymbalta 30mg once a day for about a month or so. Well I have a history of getting panic attacks, they seem to be getting worse. Last night I had one out of the blue no warning at all. I felt as if had a strong band tightening on my chest it actually hurt! Then of course I began sweating more buckets then I already am being hot. I mean I was dripping with it. (sorry TMI). I gave serious thought of going to the ER, but then it was soon over. I do not know if takng this new med has affected me like this or not, all I know I really do not want to feel like that ever again. Any ideas??
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shania09 responded:
Hey need some advice!! Anyone?? Dr G?
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pixe5 replied to shania09's response:
Hi Shania,

I haven't had that problem with Cymbalta but that doesn't mean it can't happen I guess. Did the chest pain feel the same as a panic attack? If not then you might want to get checked out. Just because it went away doesn't mean that there isn't a problem.

I wish I could be of more help.

Pixie


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