So many medicines. Okay to take all?

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I've developed anxiety, depression and panic attacks while travelling in Asia. I am petrified to fly home. I used to suffer with lesser symptoms a year or so ago. Flying here was a breeze. I have been prescribed 

150mg sertraline in morning 

0.5 Xanax three times a day

0,5 Xanax as needed - taking about one or two extra a day

15mg ability (aripiprazole) at night 

4mg Rivotril (clonenazpan) at night 

I have also been prescribed Valium and dormicum (midazolam) to fly with plus being able to take up to an extra 4mg of Xanax on top of regular usage. 

This is sounds like a lot. I feel I need it. Is this mix okay?!

thank you for your help. 

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    Has it worked for you in the past ?

    And has the doctor given you the ok to take all these at the same time ?

    I have bad panic attacks my self but I'm scared to take meds only take Xanax as needed .25 mg about once a month , but I'm going to take klonopin daily cuz I need something daily . 

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    Never been this bad either tho. 
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      Pharmacy and ask the pharmacist about your combo of meds , or your doc , u said you've seen a few then just call one of them an list all your meds and they will let you know , I'm pretty sure you can't mix so much anxiety meds at once , I know it's tough hang in there , go on YouTube and find Ron tucker , sermon called fear not....he has pretty bad anxiety and in that sermon he gives great advice , it's an hour long but it's very worth listening till end . 

       Wish you healing as i know how hard it can be .

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