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Duloxtine can take up to three weeks to start working.....give it a bit more time.
Also you could consider getting under the care of a team consisting of a MS level social worker (group therapy, CBT), a PhD level psychologist (talk therapy) and a MD level psychiatrist (medical management). Sometimes an intensive multipronged approach like this is the best way to get feeling better quickly.
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That is a long time....Given what you have posted I feel it is past time for you to expand your treatment plan to include the specialists I discussed above.
You can -- and will -- feel better.
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the talk therapy, CBT training and group therapy will help with that a lot along with the medication.
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No. You should have the other talk and group therapy I discussed above in addition to medication.
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