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Cymbalta and Alcohol

Duloxetine, sold under the brand name Irenka or Cymbalta, is a prescription medication that usually comes as a capsule and taken orally. Doctors usually prescribe Cymbalta to treat either anxiety or depression, but it can also be used to help relieve pain. However, Cymbalta can lead to complications with the liver, so consuming alcohol with […]

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