Questions about Depression/meds (generic of Zoloft and Klonopin)?
My dad has Schizophrenia and my mom has depression and 7 years ago I was diagnosed with major depression, dysthymia, an GAD. I think the doctors still aren't sure on a definite diagnosis just yet but I spoke with a psychiatrist at a crisis center (I was having suicidal thoughts, and still do occasionally) and she told me it is possible that I have a touch of bipolar and that sometimes depression turns into bipolar.
I know I shouldn't be drinking with meds and that may be further complicating the issue, but I just feel so helpless and confused sometimes. I also am feeling bad about a recent breakup, but just when I thought the meds are great and wonderful, after about two weeks I feel like I'm back in the same place. I just don't know what to do.
- Agent of ChaosLv 57 years agoFavorite Answer
Sometimes meds do not work. You have to make other changes to your life before you can feel better.
- Anonymous7 years ago
I’m so sorry to hear that. Have you been taking Zoloft as your medication? You should be aware that even anti-depressant is made to prevent depression; there are reports that it potentially worsens the condition. Also, your suicidal tendencies are a result of antidepressants. I suggest that if ever you’re feeling depressed, you may need to see a psychologist to talk to. I know that they might help you prevent from feeling more depressed. Anyway, I suggest that you read http://www.zoloftlawsuitsattorney.com/updates/both... for more information on antidepressants such as Zoloft.
- Lynn HentyLv 67 years ago
zoloft takes 2 to 6 weeks to work and sometimes never works
google for zoloft dose range
klonapin is a valium type med that helps if taken as needed, not every day, it goes well with zoloft