I tried celexa, effexor, cymbalta, pristiq, (desvenlafaxine) lexapro, zoloft, wellbutrin, which barely helped. What else could I try? How do u feel about paxil?

Agree w/Dr. Buggie. I agree with dr. Buggie about the need for psychiatric evaluation and ongoing treatment. Wellbutrin does not help with anxiety. Paxil (paroxetine) is a reasonable choice, but whether it's right for you i cannot say. You're also on Adderall xr, which can exacerbate anxiety in some. Psychotherapy is an important part of treatment for anxiety also -- but you didn't mention pursuing that.
See a psychiatrist. A specialist like a psychiatrist can help clarify your symptoms and hone in on an effective medication dose with at least 4-8 weeks trial. Don't lose hope. There's many effective treatment options.

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