Thanks, Potatoes. My issue is that my parents are both in the psychological field, which means I can "speak the lingo" with my doctors.
When you can do that, you discover that medical care is a lot more frakked-up than you think. The stories I could tell ...
I long ago decided that the only way to get this done was if I do it, and nobody else. I'm not a doctor, but I've lived around them my whole life and know how to look things up and educate myself. I know more about brain functioning and affects of medications on the brain than a lot of GPs.
As I say, I finally got it: if I want this to get handled, I'm just going to have to do it myself. If that means I have to be my own guinea pig, so be it.
You're a lot younger than I, so I wouldn't despair just yet. When I first started on this journey, medications were incredibly sedative. While they might have an effect, they also made it impossible to concentrate.
We've now got extremely targeted, advanced medications. At your age, there's every reason to believe you'll find a conventional medication that will help.
Me, I'm 50. The reality is that clinically, after about age 45, your brain has become very wired to respond a certain way, making it much more difficult to treat.
Hence, if I'm going to get this worked out, I'm just going to have to do this crap myself. ;)