I also have had social anxiety and agoraphobia. I suspect many find it more and more difficult to go out or even have a desire.
If you would check out where you are headed maybe you would want to invest some more action in healing.
On that board people suffer and some can not leave their house and get to therapy. It is crippling and your life become smaller that a mouses existence. Shutting yourself in your house does not let you escape the demon.
It is in your head and hiding or withdrawing makes things worse.
All that time alone with nothing to do is like throwing jet fuel on a fire for encouraging intrusive thoughts.
I read where some have not left there home in years.
Is that the life you want. You can wait to long and never get out.
There is an urgency to reclaim our lives but PTSD lets us take ourselves into nothing.
It tells us risking could trigger us and we will get worse. true maybe but it is the only path out. Complacency is victory for the PTSD and it rules.
Every time it wins it gets stronger. This is not static as a disorder is alive and is totally inside your own head.
My therapist recommends working everyday. Having willpower and dedication. She says meds are for our emotional stability and maybe temporary to allow us to do our work.
We would practice dealing with thoughts and accepting for sessions and I would practice while meditating.
I encourage you to evaluate your condition and what you have done in the last 6 months. Have you improved or gotten worse. Do not judge by what is happening in a day. See your self in 3 or 4 month time periods.
In 3 months how much better could I be if I devoted 20 minutes twice a day to practice?