Sometimes it does take a "cocktail of meds before our symptoms become nothing more than a painful nuisance. However, without knowing you and your medical history... it is impossible to recommend medications for you and we would be doing you a dis-service by suggesting we know more about you and your state-of-health than doctors who have seen you.
I think the question should be... "what type of doctors should I be seeing for my symptoms"? Personally, for anxiety and any other meds which affect emotions... a psychiatrist. For arthritis, a rheumatologist... for seizures, a neurologist...
I believe I covered your symptoms but if I missed one, I will add the specialist for it. Doctors really don't like it when a patient requests specific types of meds...
I wish you a peaceful yet enlightening journey that will empower you.
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