I've been in that situation before. Except mine is different.
I would wake up in the morning, and find absolutely no reason to get out of bed.
Who would I see, what would I do...it was a very short list of things for me to do.
I was tired of hearing people say the same crap, like "you should take some medication" or "see a therapist" and pretend like they understand what I'm going through. When in reality, they didn't know jack s**t about what went on in my mind. I had no friends (or at least ones that I trusted).
And it got to the point where I felt suicidal. And that was when I forced myself out of it.
I forced myself to find a reason in my life. Through that, I found hobbies, I found talents, and I also made a few choice friends.
I'm no longer as depressed as I used to be, but it does occasionally come back.
This is life. Life isn't always full of happiness.
The choice you make, though, is not a decision that should be made by others.
You have to do it for yourself.
Don't do it for anyone else.
And also for our alien babies.
But they'll survive.
The question is, you have to make a layout.
When did it start, when did it get worse, and know whether it's just a feeling you can't explain.
You shouldn't rely on the medication, because just like sleeping pills, it'll lure you in and then eventually won't have any effect.