There are many who seem to think that we are ungrateful for all the "Help" this drug was supposed to be to us. They simply refuse to face the fact that some of us were not helped at all by it and in fact, were harmed by it.
I don't care at all about get huge sums of money from Eli Lilly, but I would like to have the costs of my recovery from it back.
But even more than that I would like to see a complete study of all the people who are or have been on this med and what has happened to them. One question I would really like answered is 'Why does it seem that there are a rather surprising number of women in their 40's and up who have developed such deep depression that they became suicidal and why isn't there warnings that this may happen.
Maybe it has helped more than it has hurt, but the ones that it has hurt should not be ignored or swept under the carpet out of sight. People need to know all about this drug before they take it not just the hyp Eli Lilly has published. I really hope that somehow this happens.
dave9c joined this forum and made that one post and then never even logged back in to see the answers he received.
His posting was hurtful and upsetting for many but he did not really want to know why we felt a lawsuit is needed, he just assumed that we all wanted money. The sad thing is that he did not even take the time to find out that many of us were not helped at all before he posted his comments.
dave has probably completely forgotten about his comment here. I hope that he does not end up being a victim of cymbalta because he didn't spend a little time here that day.
Take care of you