Yes it does. I have had depression a long time, and been on many different medications. Quite a few have given me side effects I could not deal with. If you can't cope with a drug, you must tell your doctor. I know you say he keeps changing them, but you must find the right one for you, and one that does not react badly with your heart medicine.
I managed to stay on Prozac for 3 weeks, but every day was hell. I was told to give it time, but I was so ill, I couldn't. It was worse than being depressed, honestly.
I am on 150mg Effexor now, and it suits me, so I am staying on it. I do hope you find one that helps you, so difficult for you dear.
Take care, and big hug for you and the children.
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