I've got Major Depressive Disorder, and Mathmatics Disorder (only minor)
Oddly enough I didn't blip for anxiety when I finally decided to get a full assessment, but I did get a PTSD false positive, I had been diagnosed with acute anxiety disorder before though so I don't really know, I think it comes and goes dependent on how bad my depression is at the time, and whether I'm being put under stress. And during the month of my assessment, there wasn't a whole lot of stress inducing things for me.
All I have to say is, for those who are being medicated for Depression or Anxiety or might be in the future, if it isn't working just remember it takes time, and sometimes it can take several tries before finding a medication that will even work. I'm not currently taking anything (because I can't afford to visit a psychiatrist, or pay for many different types of medications) but while I was still in school I went through 3 or 4 medications for the depression alone before I found one that worked (for a while at least). Don't be afraid to ask to change doctors either if you feel that the one you're seeing isn't being sensitive to your needs. (I once had one that just asked me the most basic questions to make sure I wasn't becoming dependent and nothing about how my moods have been and such, I got my doctor changed almost immediately).