The future of treatment for 'depression' lies in biological psychiatry, with combinations of drugs tailored to your genetic makeup. The best drugs available mimic endogenous ligands and amino acids, at the moment, but that is slowly changing. I spend at least an hour a day reviewing new neuroscience literature, it is so incredibly fascinating.
Alas, our understanding of the brain is so lacking at this point that we know almost nothing. LOL
Case in point, the protein responsible for communication between all neurons was *just* discovered.
Anti-depressants are coming a long way. I have a deep hatred for SSRI/SNRI medications, personally, which I assume is what most here are most familiar with. Their use and efficacy are not in any way supported in the available literature. It's just that drug development is somewhat expensive, and the profit margins so high for these drugs.... of course they do help some people, but that assumes a correct diagnosis has been given in the first place, which is questionable in some cases, but--guaranteed, if you walk into a GP's office and complain of depression, you will walk out with a script. Doctors script them with a slingshot!
At any rate, it is utterly futile to provide suggestions as to what will work for you, and as it has been noted before, we are not qualified to do so.
The best available pharmacotherapy in treatment-resistant depression is ketamine therapy. Insurance is not paying for it right now, however, and the infusions can cost sometimes 900 dollars a treatment. But, a compounding pharmacy can help you out for about 30 dollars or so, depending on a number of different things.
Who knows if you need it, however? It's just interesting as a side-note, there are lots of things available! Agomelatine is a new-ish drug as well, that seems to be so low in side-effects and produces no withdrawal, so addiction isn't an issue.
At any rate, depression is so damn hard, but yes, there are loads of options available and new discoveries are made daily, so don't give up hope. The thing is, treatment must be sought in the first place to do you any good at all.
Good luck, hun!