Cymbalta Lawyers dedicated to helping people with their Cymbalta side effects.

We believe Cymbalta side effects from withdrawal or discontinuation are a bigger problem than Eli Lilly leads patients to believe

Cymbalta Withdrawal Side EffectsCymbalta® (duloxetine HCl) is a drug manufactured by Eli Lilly Company that is sometimes prescribed for the treatment of depression and generalized anxiety disorder, for the management of diabetic peripheral neuropathic pain and fibromyalgia.

Accumulating medical reports confirm that patients can have significant side effects if they try to stop taking Cymbalta. Our investigation is focused on side effects of Cymbalta, including withdrawal symptoms when coming off Cymbalta.

Even Eli Lilly, the maker of Cymbalta, acknowledges that patients who are trying to discontinue use of Cymbalta can encounter symptoms like dizziness, nausea, headache, fatigue, paresthesia, vomiting, irritability, nightmares, insomnia, diarrhea, anxiety, hyperhydrosis and vertigo.

But Eli Lilly fails to adequately describe the frequency and severity of side effects when trying to discontinue use of Cymbalta or acknowledge that withdrawal side effects can occur even with a gradual reduction in the dose that Eli Lilly recommends. The accumulating evidence from medical studies shows that the side effects of stopping Cymbalta are significant, disturbingly frequent, and can be present with both gradual and abrupt discontinuation.

Contact Cymbalta Attorneys

Cymbalta LawyersOur firms are investigating problems with symptoms from the discontinuation of use of Cymbalta. Please use the form below to tell us about your situation. We will contact you by phone as soon as possible.

WE USE YOUR ANSWERS ON THIS FORM TO DETERMINE WHETHER YOU MAY BE PART OF OUR CYMBALTA LITIGATION. PLEASE FILL OUT THE WHOLE FORM AND GIVE THE CORRECT ANSWERS TO OUR QUESTIONS. YOU WILL HEAR FROM US WITHIN 5 BUSINESS DAYS OF FILLING OUT THIS FORM.

Your confidentiality matters. No information, including phone numbers and email addresses will be exchanged, shared or sold to a third party. Any communications to our firm via contact forms, email, phone or U.S. mail, will be treated confidentially. Submissions are made for the purpose of evaluating whether or not our law firm will accept your case and represent you. However, all information contained in your submission will be held confidential. By evaluating your submission we make no representation or agreement to represent you in connection with your claim. Thank you.

Michigan's law is not hospitable for bringing our Cymbalta cases. So, if you were taking or withdrawing from Cymbalta while living in Michigan, we will not be able to handle your matter. If you would like a chance to explain, choose the appropriate option.

PLEASE MAKE SURE YOUR PHONE NUMBERS ARE CORRECT.

We are asking the status of your intimate relations with your significant other because you and your spouse may have a claim for "Loss of Consortium," being deprived of the benefits of a family relationship. If Cymbalta has affected your intimate relations with your spouse, AND your spouse wants to bring a case for "Loss of Consortium," please TYPE YOUR SPOUSE'S FULL NAME ABOVE.

PLEASE DOUBLE CHECK YOUR EMAIL ADDRESS TO MAKE SURE IT IS CORRECT.

What do you (or did you) do for a living?

Please give an approximate date, as close as you can give.

Please give an APPROXIMATE DATE and DESCRIBE YOUR EXPERIENCE during each time you tried to get off.

Your answer might be Generalized Anxiety Disorder, Major Depressive Disorder, Diabetic Peripheral Neuropathy, Fibromyalgia, or some other reason.

Please list the other drugs that you were taking at the same time as you were taking Cymbalta.

During the time you were getting off of Cymbalta were you also getting off of another drug?

The scenario described here is one in which you would have restarted using Cymbalta after having been able to completely get off of it. We want to know that if you did restart taking Cymbalta whether you knew that there would be symptoms the next time you used it and tried to get off it.

Did you doctor ever warn you that you might have withdrawal symptoms?

Did you commit any violent crimes, homicide attempts or domestic violence while withdrawing that was documented by law enforcement?

Please select any or all of the symptoms that occurred during your withdrawal

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