Unfortunately, diagnosis is not possible over the Internet. If your symptoms are worsening, it’s imperative that you speak to a mental health professional. The fact that you have received multiple diagnoses would suggest that you have involvement with mental health professionals. Report your symptoms to them.
There are two schools of thought about diagnosis. One is that identifying a correct diagnosis is necessary for determining treatment. Alternatively, some professionals believe that diagnosis is not an exact science and treating the symptoms is more important than determining an exact diagnosis. In your situation, gaining an exact diagnosis might not be as important as treating your symptoms. Once your symptoms have been stabilized, then you might explore diagnostic issues in more depth.
I hope that you are able to get the help that you desire. All of your symptoms are highly treatable. It may be that you have yet to find good treatment and that’s why you continue to experience ongoing symptoms. If you haven’t done so already, consult a mental health professional about your symptoms. If you feel that you might harm yourself, call 911 or go to the emergency room. They can prevent you from harming yourself. Please take care.
Dr. Kristina Randle