What works for one person does not mean it will work for another. With antidepressants they vary for each person. If you go on one of the internet encyclopedias you can look up each name of the remaining antideps. But that won't help you much.
That is why we see psychiatrists, they know this stuff, and there is also mood stabilizers, anti psychotics and anti seizures. To know how many different choices we have is simple algebra....never thought that would come in handy did you?.....
Say there is 8 antidepressants, 6 mood stabilizers, 6 anti psychotics, 7 anti seizures. Multiply all of them together and that is how many mixtures you have. 8 X 6 X 6 X 7 = A big number.
See your doctor and tell him/her what is going on.