Metformin is a drug used to treat diabetes, not for treating weight problems.
Euthyrox is levothyroxine a treatment for people with am underactive thyroid gland, who need a booster to their usual levels of this thyroid hormone : it is not usually used to deal with weight problems
Toplep is Topiramate, a drug used to treat epilepsy and migraine ; and so on. I really don't understand the rationale for the treatment you are receiving. I understand the problem if you only have easy access to a handful of psychiatrists who know each other well. Is it possible that you could arrange an appointment to see someone in the academic dept of psychiatry of your nearest medical school, for a second opinion ? Try to get copies of your medical records and prescriptions to take with you.
I'm sure it should be possible to free you from the symptoms you find to oppressive, but I do think a fresh viewpoint is needed.
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