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Suffering from depression, unable to walk more than half an hour, suicidal feelings. Suggestions ?

Dear Sir, One of relative is suffering from DEPPRESION, (37 yrs. old, MALE) from last 2 years. We have consulted lots of Doctors but all in vain. He is not able to walk in SUNLIGHT for more than haif an hour, sometime he think to commit suicide . We don t understand what should we do? Please suggest what to do? Thanks & Regards, AAAAA YYYY@YYYY
Asked On : Fri, 10 Aug 2012
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Thanks for query,
It seems that your relative is having chronic depression resulting in suicidal tendency.
You have to take this seriously and consult psychiatrist as early as possible.
Initially it will take 10-15 days for medicine to work so you continue the medicine.
Once medicine will start working he will feel better.
Then he may require counseling with psychologist.
So without changing doctors you continue the treatment of expert.
If there is problem or no improvement ask your doctor.
Ok and bye.
Answered: Fri, 10 Aug 2012
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