with Jess. I had her write down when she was shaking yesterday, how long it lasted, etc.... And I called both the pediatrician AND the neuro again. Told the neuro's office that I know they want pediatrician to handle it but that pediatrician said she just is NOT comfortable rxing or treating this past the benadryl stage. I told the pediatrician I know that the neuro is going to tell us to have the pediatrician call instead of us, but that I am also calling the neuro. Gave them each a rundown of symptoms. Told them each EXACTLY what Jess is taking. Gave a brief rundown - we charted the tremors, how often they showed up, how long they lasted. I told EACH doctor that we want to know how long this can be expected to alast and that we want some medications to help control it. (medications like valium are used, and no one wants a kid on that, but we are into almost week 3 of this. It took 10 days to get into the pediatrician with tests run, and it has been another week since then. Surely this qualifies as being due a short run of SOMETHING?? Or else we are going to the dentist as ehr teeth are going to shake out!) anyway, I was supposed to go shopping with mom and Jessie today, but I am chained to the phone. Sure as I leave they will call the house phone. Anyway, Thought I would post the latest in this saga. If anyone knows how long an extrapyramidal reaction typically lasts, I would appreciate the info. I have read a lot of stuff on it, but I don't remember seeing any info on how long it takes to go away.