Blood test was done and dr found i have a genetic mutation that does not allow my medications (for severe depression/anxiety) to "break the blood barrier" to my brain and hence, why i continue to suffer. They prescribed a folic acid called Deplin that "broke the blood barrier" but it didnt work for me. This subject is debatable in the mental health world, but i got my diagnosis for the mutation at the Cleveland Clinic. I really had hoped this folic acid would help me absorb my meds, but it did not. Any feedback on this diagnosis? I hate my life... actually, i feel like im ruining it. This is not who i was suppose to be.
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