The dream forum prompted me to ask this question.
I take cymbalta for nerve damage and sometimes have very vivid dreams. I once dreamed that I was back in medieval Europe at a market. There were a lot of hungry peasants there, and a man was about to grill some meat on a big wire grill. All the starving people were standing around anxiously awaiting the food. The meat was in a pile, covered with a tarp. When the man removed the tarp, I discovered that the "meat" was dead human bodies. There was also a man skinning dead dogs to cook. He threw one on the grill. This dream was so graphic that I could see the dog's blood vessels under its skin, along with its teeth and gums. I woke up terrified, with a heart rate of about 200. That dream almost made me quit the drug.
Has anyone else on cymbalta had similar experiences?
I don't take Cymbalta but I do have vivid dreams like that myself.
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