Seeking expert counseling is a sign of strength. A personal relationship with a caring professional is proven clinically effective.
(Dissociative Identity Disorder, formerly called Multiple Personality Disorder) does not just involve giving the patient a variety of drugs. It requires skilled and empathetic psychotherapy intervention. It seems that a doctor who is treating you should not be merely giving you drugs and then switching them constantly, does not seem to have a grip on the situation.
DID is a complex disorder that comes out of trauma from the past, and needs to be dealt with by exploring that past in a very comprehensive manner. Medications are merely a supplement to counteract some of the side effects of depression and anxiety
that you experience because of this psychological effects from this disorder.
The most comprehensive article you can read, which will give you the full range of treatment options available, is Guidelines for Treating Dissociative Identity Disorder in Adults, Third Edition
and can be downloaded for free at:
Once you comprehend this material you will be able to either give some guidance to your physician, or decide to seek and additional opinion.
I wish you great success.
Elliott Sewell, LPCC, NCC, CCMHC