A 19-year-old female asked:
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i'm in college. ever since high school, i lost interest in art, reading and everything. i feel hopeless and i don't study. anything i can take to help?

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Dr. Luciano Lizzi
41 years experience Psychiatry
Help for depression: I'm concerned that you've lost interest in activities you once appreciated and feel hopeless. These point to a depression that is getting in the way of your life. I wish it were easy to say take this pill. Being depressed can come from a medical problem, mood problems like depression or bipolar disorder, or drug or alcohol use. See a good, kind psychiatrist who'll take the time to work with you.
Answered on Apr 24, 2015
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