Our expert says:
At least there's no Propofol on the list !
Sorry, but that is a bizarre and long list of meds for anyone to be on. If it originates from a GP, I think it is long past high time your wife be seen by a really good local specialist psychiatrist for a full re-assessment and discussion of treatment realities.
If she IS being treated by a psychiatrist, maybe he/she has some excellent reasons for this odd combination ( including three antidepressants and three sedative tranquillizers ) and maybe with a long story of treating a depression not responding well to orthodox treatments, such a cocktail might be arrived at. Even then, I'd respectfully suggest asking for a second opinion, for a re-assessment, to get a fresh viewpoint on the best treatment for her. Especially as you say her condition is not good despite all this medication.
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