Oh Carol, how awful. So very, very frustrating! Have you tried talking to your pharmacist? I realize it may be different in your area, but here a pharmacist might be really helpful. They generally know more about many aspects of medications and side effects than the doctors do. And as a big plus, if the pharmacist sees anything concerning, then they will be the ones talking to the doctor. And sad but true, the doctor is more likely to listen to them, another health professional, rather than a patient. If that isn't helpful, I think an internist might be the right doctor... and don't take offence at this, but maybe a gerontologist? It is often when we get older (don't worry, including myself here!) and are taking multiple medications that we run into these issues. If you qualify on the age part, this kind of doctor may be more helpful...take your concerns more seriously, etc. I know my aunt (nearly 80) was being prescribed the wrong meds and wrong amounts of medications, and in her case it was either an internist or a cardiologist who helped. Her family doctor was useless, and she sees both of the other specialists, and I know one of them made adjustments and she saw big improvements. I hope in there is some idea that might help. I hate to think of you suffering like this, and on top of that your health issues that aren't being looked after properly, and having to deal with side effects.