If I've been in this episode for over a year now 24/7 of anxiety and depression, will the medication still help me like it should or will it take longer or not work at all? I've been on three meds now this past year with no luck - I'm scared. I know I keep writing but I need answers because you can't call your doctor all the time. Have others been in long episodes to come out on the other side? Mine normally last 3 months after I get on a medication and then I'm totally normal for years......like last time 7 years - wonderful years that I took for granted because I want them back.
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