What would be the best antisychotic medication for me to take and the best antidepressant for me to take?

My doctor put me on risperdal and zoloft and nither one has helped me so far. I have been on it for 6 months and the doctor wont change it. The reason I am on risperdal is cause I have paronia and delusional thinking and to help me focus and also I have obessions with girls. If I am out in public and I see a attractive girl I pretty much stalk her. If I get to no a girl and start liking her or get a crush on her I start to come on way to strong. Calling her way 2 much pretty much just obsessed with her also I get obessed when I see a hot girl when watching tv or a video or movie and also when I get into trouble I have repeating behavior problems like getting the police called on me and when the police gets there they tell me I have been following a girl way to much and also getting into trouble by bad influence people that try to get me into trouble. Meaning someone will get me to do something that will get me into trouble and at first I will say no but I they no if they keep on and on I will do it. I am on the zoloft for depression,anxiety,panic attacks, and social anxiety disorder. I dont have ocd anless you consider having obession with girls ocd. Does anyone happen to no what is the best antisychotic medication for me to take other then risperdal with the uses I am having and also what is the best antidepressant I can take to help other then zoloft.

Greg, Since your post sounds


Since your post sounds extremly (and far too coincidentally) to Carlos' and Mickey's, and you used that exact same sentence ("I get obessed when I see a hot girl when watching tv or a video or movie") as Carlos, I recommend you read my responses to their posts.

In a nutshell, there isn't a "best" medication for you. And your doctor is not likely to care what someone recommends on a website. If you don't feel the medications are working and don't trust that your doctor is competent, then it would be best to see someone else.

I do, however, strongly recommend psychotherapy for you rather than medication alone.

Dr. Lane

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