Hello. I believe I can be of help to you with this issue.
A newer, closer 'family member' to Cymbalta is an antidepressant called Effexor. More expensive, but also more specific and fewer side effects for some patients. You should talk to your doctor about going back onto Cymbalta or trying Effexor, rather than Prozac. You should be able to move from Cymbalta to Effexor with relative ease; So I'd talk to my doctor about trying Cymbalta and if this doesn't work, discuss trying this switch to Effexor.
There is growing recognition that fibromyalgia is truly a physiologically-based disorder but may have many different 'causes' for different people. Also, it is a disorder that is highly 'reactive' to anxiety, stress
and mood changes e.g., many patients' symptoms get much worse when they are stressed emotionally or under physical fatigue, or when daily conflicts are building up. I'm concerned about whether you have a multi-component intervention approach going for your fibro. This would include gentle stretching exercises and some mindfulness activity such as yoga or meditation
, spending regular time in a warm bath, sauna or hot tub if this helps your particular fibro symptom. Forms of cognitive behavioral therapy can reduce pain symptoms as well. I don't believe that fibromyalgia is 'psychological', but it is clear from available research that stress, anxiety, fatigue and daily conflicts/hassles exacerbates symptoms for many people. I'm going to pause here and solicit your feedback to this response so for.