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Important Safety Information (continued)
• if you have itching, right upper belly pain, dark urine,
yellow skin/eyes, or unexplained flu-like symptoms while
taking Cymbalta, which may be signs of liver problems.
Severe liver problems, sometimes fatal, have been reported
• about your alcohol use
• about all your medicines, including those for migraine, to
address a potentially life-threatening condition. Symptoms
may include high fever, confusion, and stiff muscles
• if you are taking NSAID pain relievers, aspirin, or blood
thinners. Use with Cymbalta may increase bleeding risk
• before stopping Cymbalta or changing your dose
• if you experience dizziness or fainting upon standing while
taking Cymbalta. This is likely to occur in the first week or
when increasing the dose, but may occur at any time
• about your blood pressure. Cymbalta can increase your
blood pressure. Your healthcare provider should check
your blood pressure prior to and while taking Cymbalta
• if you experience headache, weakness, confusion, problems
concentrating, memory problems, or feel unsteady while
taking Cymbalta, which may be signs of low sodium levels
• if you develop problems with urine flow while taking Cymbalta
• if you are pregnant or plan to become pregnant during
therapy, or are breast-feeding
Most common side effects of Cymbalta
(this is not a complete list):
• nausea, dry mouth, sleepiness, fatigue, constipation,
dizziness, decreased appetite, and increased sweating
You are encouraged to report negative side effects of
Prescription drugs to the FDA. Visit www.fda.gov/medwatch
or call 1-800-FDA-1088.
Other safety information about Cymbalta:
Cymbalta may cause sleepiness and dizziness. Until you
know how Cymbalta affects you, you should not drive a
car or operate hazardous machinery.
How to take Cymbalta:
Take Cymbalta exactly as directed by your healthcare
provider. Cymbalta should be taken by mouth. Do not
open, break or chew capsule, it must be swallowed
whole. Cymbalta can be taken with or without food.
See back page for additional Information For Patients
About Cymbalta, including Boxed Warning.