If you have multiple episodes of major depression are each of the episodes generally the same length or can they very or does it depend on the person, if it depends on the person, is it more which is more frequent?
Yes the episodes depend on the person and they always seem to differ. I know mine aren't always the same intensity or the same length of time. I've been suffering from depression since I was in my 20's I'm 44 now. Just last week it was so bad I thought I was losing my mind. It was also accompanied by , I think that's how its spelled, an extremely episode of anger. That's only happened one time before. It scared me and my husband. Its hard to say how frequent this episodes will be. Like I said it depends on the individual. What if any medications are you taking and how long have you been on them? Definitely talk to your doctor about the intensity of your depression. Maybe him/her can suggest a different med or therapy. I hope you start to feel better. Nobody should have to go through what we do but it happens. Millions of people suffer from depression in American alone. Imagine how many people in the whole world.
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