Our expert says:
RD, it doesn't quite work like that. Any effective drug, like Prozac, needs a doctor's prescription and this would only be written by a doctor after he had seen and assessed you. Some suggestions --- talk with your family and convince them that you really are feeling awful and need to see a doctor. Also, ask at school about the availability of counselling services / a school psychologist, school health doctors, who you could see, to start the ball rolling.
And, as Shaun says, there are many other reasons why you could arrange to see your GP, and, once there, ask him about your feelings of depression and what best to do about them.
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