People who have come out the other side

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I am now in the end of my twenties and suffering my third bout of depression/anxiety in 6 years. Life is currently good and has been for the last couple of years, so to be cast into a state of severe depression and anxiety has been incredibly scary. After breaking down in the doctors and declaring i could not cope any more, i have been told to continue taking the Citalopram i have taken for the past couple of years (although i have been very laxed with taking pills over the last month). I am also taking 5mg of diazepam 3 times a day. I am now just about coping, however the days are horrible and i can't face work. Some hours i can smile, some hours i just cry. I have been in this position before, and after time have got through these horrific feelings, however this is little comfort at the moment.

I would be really keen to hear any words of support or encouragement or words from people who have suffered severely like i have in the past.

All the best

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    hi im new to this group iv just recently been prescribed 15mg of mirtazpine iv only been on them 1 wk and have been sleeping much better although very difficult to get my head of the pillow in the morning iv ben told to increase the does to 30mlg after the first 7days in slightly worried i will be sleeping all day ? but ill take a day at a time . I was originaly on cetalopram and didnt sleep at all for 3wks it was awfull watching the clock every hour the amazing thing was i was full of energy during the day which i liked but i new it was nt right , i also found my mood was better nothing bothered me , but now that iv stopthat drug and started the new one my mood isn t good and things are bothering me again . Will this pass when i up the dose ?  I feel that although my sleep has inproved my mood has gone backwards and im not liking it . any feed back would be welcome !
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    It sounds like you are depressed and maybe on the wrong meds. So try reviewing your medication with the Dr and see if you need to change it.

    Richard

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