I have a question - I've tried three different antidepressants in a year without very good luck. Do you think it just takes finding the right one and I'll get better? I'm losing faith and hope really fast so I'm hoping next Monday when I see him again, he has another plan - I think he'll switch me, but my question is - do you think it just takes finding the right one to get better? I can't really feel anything working with Lexapro and I'm getting really scared that I'll be one of those who will NEVER go back into remission when I always have before. Does it matter how long you've had anxiety/depression for the right med to work? I mean - this has been one year now that I've felt like crap every single day. THANKS!
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