Welcome back, I remember your posts from a while ago now, you were having troubles with uni then and were having panic attacks and being unable to complete exams, becoming so worried and anxious you did not go to second semester.
I think quite bravely you did not stop at one go but re-tried, only to have the same thing happen again as part of a pattern. That shows a lot about you. You do not give up easily.
Being on meds for the last year or so has been a success, you have felt better. It is only with the change in circumstances, or your body's reaction changing, or some similar reason the meds are not as effective. So I guess the idea might be to see your prescribing doctor and talk the whole matter over, see if an adjustment might help, or perhaps different meds or therapy.
This is a natural part of things, I've had mine adjusted or changed and it helps. New regime for new circumstances.
The fact you feel no ambition, no desire for a particular career, or probably what interests you at all is, frankly, nothing to worry about at all. Many younger people feel that way, and even if it did not anxiety to the degree you have will make everything seem unattractive.
Your judgment goes out the window. The main answer for me was that as my mental health conditions were treated my ability to cope and reason, and my ability to enjoy things and set goals became stronger. Anxiety leads you so you end up not knowing if it is you and your feelings, or others being less interested and interesting.
By know, after that year on those meds you should realise that there is inside you a person for whom anxiety is not a major problem. It is only if you do not take sensible precautions to allow for change in you and in circumstances that things go wrong. Then you end up dispirited and hopeless, burning all your mental energies on worry.
Can I ask if there is anyone with you to give support and encouragement without trying to fix things or offer silly solutions, just cares? Trying on your own is hard. My partner made a big difference once she found it was illness, and not her fault.
I would like it if you came back and said if you think the above is a reasonable way too go