Our expert says:
You don't mention what diagnosis or manner of problem has led to the recommending of these specific meds, or the wish for you to go to hospital, so it's hard to reply concretely.
Is this perhaps a very troublesome depression, or bipolar disorder ? Whatever the situation, a time in hospital could be really helpful all round - it means you are in a safe place where you should be well looked after, where the nurses can help to observe how your problems affect you through the day, and how these meds or any changes in them, help or don't help ; and where there is someone available on call 24/7 should you need more help. It should be helpful, and you should think seriosuly of accepting the invitation
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