Our expert says:
I'm worried to hear you have been on "many types of AD since the beginning of this year." To try an AD properly, one needs to be on them for at least 2 to 3 weeks after one has been carefully chosen, and giving up too soon may mean none of them have a proper chance to work.
You mention a psychiatrist, so at least you are not being treated by a GP I think even if the first choice of drug doesn't seem to be working, referral to a psychiatrist is advisable
Mabe its time for a second opinion ? It is not a recognized scientifically established fact or chemical likelihood, that one would indeed respond to an antidepressant for a time and then soon afterwards stop responding.
There is no form of blod test or other test than can sort this out - the wisdom and skill of one or more experiendced psychiatrists is one's best bet.
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