i always thought my depression was different than most peoples. my dr did tell me that mine is more severe than usual. i dont cry or anything like that, im the one that doesnt cry and all the other stuff, i have no emotions at all, no expressions, im more like in a coma but awake. i cannot do anything at all. im now on lamictal 200 mg and the dr wanted to try seroquel but i said i didnt want to try that, i guess im afraid it will make me more sleepy like and a zombie type. we decided to change my meds one at a time and i totally agree. he wants to put me on klonopin but with all the bad things ive heard i would rather take more xanax. i said id be willing to try it but ive heard its horrible to stop taking and so many side effects. im use to my xanax and would rather keep it, i do not abuse it, i am very responsible with it. i was thinking that cymbalta might help and thought about giving it a try since it seems just the lamictal isnt helping like it should. i really need some advice on this please.
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