Firstly, I'm sorry that someone, I don't know who, has caused needless delays in putting your question to me, so I can answer it. I have responded to most of your concerns the other time you posted this question. Remember any antidepressant takes at least 2 to 3 weeks to produce their main effects, and before then one may feel sure they're not working at all. After a couple of month it should be clear whether this is the AS than=t is suiting your own internal chemistry, or whether a different rug should be tried, instead.
Going into the clinic as recommended may be a good idea, but if, as I said in my other response, you stick to priorities, and delegate as much of the stressful duties to colleagues, you may manage to get through this phase.
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