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Diabetic, suffering from treatment resistant depression. On medication for depression, memory loss and low apetite. Why ?

I am a daibetic and suffering from treatment resistant depression .Female ,50 yrs. I am on 20 mg Fludac and 5 mg oleanz and 7.5 mg Mirtaz along with dianbetic medication and insulin ..The depression medecation is from the last 3 months.lately I have found that i am not as happy as i was when i first started taking the anti depressants , My memory loss is extreme.My apetite is very low and I am getting anxious at night again.Should my medication be cahnged or increased.
Asked On : Fri, 16 Nov 2012
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Both are the options. If there is signs of improvement, existing medicine dose may be increased. Otherwise change in medicine may be needed.
Answered: Mon, 26 Nov 2012
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