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Depression/Anxiety
I'm suffering from depression from last 5 years and have taken many ssri and clonazepam. Mow I'm taking Escitalopram 10 twoce and petril .25 twice but theedicine that has help ed me is Suupragya. Im taking allopathic cozy condotion become worse after stopping them as I'm taking them from long time The probk m I'm facing nowadays is that my body starts to heat up when I try to do something productive and I never worry about that thing which is considered anxiety but just the thought of doing productive work as I was doing when not depressed makes my comdotion worse(heatup and sweat). I have taken psychotherapy which is useless and other medicines. Just want to know will this condition ever go away as I'm facing this from an year
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Depression may coexist with anxiety as well. However it needs to be clarified weather what you experience is anxiety or different presentation of depression or may be side effect of medicine as well. You could go back to your consulting doctor or take another opinion to have a revised diagnosis and better understanding of your symptoms. Psychotherapy is definitely helpful in the long run, there may be however multiple reasons for you not finding it helpful like short duration, inconsistencies, not able to follow the learnings in routine, severe psychiatric disturbance hampering successful therapy to occur, incompetence of therapist etc.
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