So, I've had a series of abusive relationships. I've left each one, but it really hurts to have what I thought was a healthy relationship turn bad. It took me visiting different dr. To actually get one to prescribe Wellbutrin and at first it was great, then my car was stolen again and other stuff happened and I've been feeling worse. Went to a new dr who said this is just stress and to keep taking my meds. Well, 6 months later and I've still feel like crap. I don't want to do anything, I have no energy, ect until yesterday. Yesterday I forgot to take my Wellbutrin and actually got some stuff down. I wasn't full of energy, but I got up off the couch, turned off the tv and did a few things on my to do list. I didn't realize until dinner, when I went to take my other med that I forgot to take my Wellbutrin. So, this leads me to wonder if it might actually be causing depression. My concern is how many Drs. I had to go to to get the meds in the first place. Many of the Drs had told me that I just needed to relax, realize that people are going to be jerks. One even told me to watch cat videos on YouTube instead of therapy or meds. There were others that I won't go into extreme details right now, but suffice it to say I haven't had the best time getting Drs to listen to me. And am concerned that I will get the same type of treatment as before. So, I was wondering if other people had had this exeriemce with Wellbutrin. The thought I am having is if I can find some evidence that might bolster my discussion with a new dr.
Thank you for your help.