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Some relief and new pain

SavageSavage United StatesPosts: 5,476
edited 06/11/2012 - 8:59 AM in Depression and Coping
Hi guys!
Haven't been here in awhile. I've been trying to get my depression under control

Started taking Cymbalta 120 mg daily. It seems to have helped my depression and much better thought process re' depression.

And it seems to have helped to lessen much of my horrific pain. I was on it years ago, and like depression broke through, but doc thought and seems to be true that enough time has passed and it can be useful again.

But I do have a new symptom...I can live with..but..thought I'd ask you guys about it.

Both my hands very numb and like painful tingling. I will wake during night with it..in morning with it..and through out day with it.

So it doesn't seem to matter my position or activity.
I can live with it...just wondering though if anyone has found relief with this painful hands thing.

Thanks a lot!
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