Are you a student in the UK? If so look into the health provisions your college has for foreign students.
I know several Canadians and Americans who fell ill or needed med refills in the UK on holiday, and had no problem getting seen or scripts filled. It might take a bit of time or a bit of money, or both. But in all they felt satisfied with their care and felt the time and money expended was fair compared with their experience in Canada or the USA.
As for your life situation, it looks like you are dealing with a lot on your plate, and I wonder if you will do okay in school.
I would recommend you talk to a real doc and not just a counsellor. Counseling is great for short term and simple straightforward issues, but you have had a lot of grief in the recent past, and are miles from home, and have other health issues.
Maybe you will have to take a hiatus from school to deal with them. Better you arrange the terms of your recovery and stabilization, than try to stay in school and fail or lose your funding. When you return to class, it looks more mature for you to have voluntarily arranged time off than for you to have struggled and failed. It also sets a precedent for the school to provide you accommodations if you need them.
This is important if you lose your funding - showing the school that you can succeed with support is better than failing and then saying to them "trust me, I sorted my life out and now I'm ready so give me money".
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