Our expert says:
Firstly, I really hope you are being treated by the proper expert, a psychiatrist, and not only by a GP, as you deserve the best assessment and treatment. Effective antidepressants dotn't uusually lose their effects, and while some drugs can cause muscle twitching, antidepressants usually don;'t do this.
CAT is NEVER EVER a good idea, as all such substances are really bad for your brain, and you need to be kind to your brain. Some Antidepressants can reduce the threshold for seizures ( make it easier to have a fit for any reason ) and the cat won't have helpd. Please see a proper psychiatrist as soon as possible ( and if you are seeing one, call him , and also consider getting a second opinion ) The likiest explanation is that ALL of this is a reaction to the CAT, and please don't take any of it, or any other street drugs, again. You're worth more than hat, and so is your brain
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