So anyways besides the disagreement in diagnosis she prescribed me Zoloft and Abilify. However, after checking, it seems these two drugs interact. http://www.drugs.com/drug-interactions/abilify-with-zoloft-233-109-2057-1348.html So I'm confused as to why she prescribed me both.
Lots of meds interact with each other, but this can be allowed for by adjusting their doses. It is the main reason meds aren't available over-the-counter. In this case the Zoloft increases the effectiveness of the Abilify a little so you may have been prescribed a lower dose than would be the case if you weren't taking Zoloft.
I am terrified by the side effects, especially Abilify's. There's so many possible side effects, I'm just so scared to take them as a result. I don't want those horrible side effects (especially ones about seizures and such)
The drug companies list every side-effect reported during drug trials, even ones they know weren't from the med to cover themselves, it doesn't mean you're going to experience any of them. Some of the most dangerous meds you can take are the common painkillers.
I especially don't want these drugs to make me want to or successfully do commit ***** or even harm/kill others
One of the FDA's greatest errors has been the issuing of the blackbox suicidality warning on antidepressants. It simply isn't supported by the evidence. In not one of the studies the FDA cited was there a single case of an actual serious attempt at taking a life, much less a death. Two of the cases cited involved a young girl who stabbed herself in a ear with a pencil during a school test, and the other was a teen who beat his head against a wall apparently while frustrated, and no, I'm not making this up. Bottom line, after several decades of steady declines, ***** rates among under 25 year olds began to increase after the blackbox warnings were issued in 2004.