I'm sorry you are having these problems. There is no way anyone can tell you which of the hundreds of pills there are, will be best for you, since each woman responds in her own way. Your doctor will be able to give you some suggestions, but it will be only with trying a different formula for a couple of months that you will be able to find what works best for you with the fewest side effects.
You should also consider that switching to a different pill may not make a difference. It is also possible you could have developed depression completely aside from the pill use - coincidental only. You may require an antidepressant or antianxiety medication in addition to birth control. You could also try a method that is not hormonal. These are all things to discuss with your gynecologist at your visit.
The answers in online forums are for information only and are not intended to substitute for medical advice and care. Please see your personal health care provider for further evaluation of your individual case.
Debbie Miller, RN