I did TMS last June, and I believve it helped a bit, but the intention was not to go off medication but to get the old med working again. It was explained to me that if used in conjunction with meds 50% find full remission, and another 35% or so find some benefit. Don't think it has done full remission for me at this point, but it did help a bit. Some of it could be placebo in the sense that you get to chat with someone while doing it and that can help, but I do think it does something besides. My suspicion is that it would work best if one could get a "refresher" after a few months (I did three treatments after a particularly rough spot and it seemed to help but it is too expensive to do on a regular basis without insurance--and most don't cover it, at least not yet. If insurance covered it, it would first of all cost less than it does (around 350 a treatment) and I would definitely do it again, its a bit painful the first time or two but then it doesn't hurt anymore afterwards. There is also a form of TMS that goes deeper called deep TMS, it was developed in Israel I think and a new company, Brainsway, I think, is either getting FDA approval for it or trying to. I have no experience with electrical stimulation like the Fisher Wallace device, if it worked the outlay would be comparatively cheap, but I sense its not enough to fix this condition on its own and I don't know anyone who has used it. I do think more research in this area may lead to some real progress, because at least they are targeting the affected organ, the brain, and not every other receptor in your body for serotonin, norepinephrine and whatever, causing all those wonderful side effects that so many meds have.