Hi! Perhaps you need to get a second opinion. One knows what their body is like and how it is responding to treatment. If you don't think the meds are working, don't stop taking them, as the results of this are worse than taking them. Contact your mental health worker, or if your doc won't listen, get a second opinion. Good Luck! Icemaiden
I would recommend a second or even third opinion.
I'm a little biased in the topic of drugs because of a very bad experience. I'm quite sour to them. A doctor gave me antidepressants a year ago and I began having terrifying hallucinations. The doctor dismissed them and pushed me to continue the treatment. He wouldn't listen, so it got to the point where I stopped taking the pills cold turkey and lied to him for three months. I started self-treating with some natural remedies and luckily it worked over time. I know how you're feeling, definitely NOT trying to get you to stop all treatments! My approach was pretty extreme. Still is, actually- I refuse to take any pills for psychological reasons now. What I'm trying to say is, I should have gotten more opinions from different doctors and looked into alternatives. This is something you should really consider.