So husband took easy child to see the Dr this am. Issues were adhd medications making her irritable (not sure of the medication and I always get the name wrong), not sleeping (takes 10mg DR Melatonin), and generalized anxiety. The Dr proceeded to change her ADHD medications to Concerta 18mg and had a bunch of blood work done and a urine test. Apparently he thinks she may have an undiagnosed bladder infection. WTH??? Seriously how do you get not sleeping and generalized anxiety confused with a bladder infection. Plus you are talking about a kid that holds it forever. Seriously I pee three times as often as she does and she has ALWAYS been this way even as a very young child. Maybe they will catch something else with the tests though so I am glad they ran them just for historical value and in case something is wrong medically like diabetes or hypothyroidism. The other issue is that easy child basically refuses to take her medication. I leave before she does in the morning and most of the time she is not even awake so I can't really force her to take it. I have threatened on several occasions to take it to school but never followed through (I know bad mom). Anyway she says she doesn't want it at school because it is embarassing. I told her to tell the kids its an allergy pill she is taking and not to worry about it. I am going to have husband take it to school and get it set up so she has it every day. Last but not least her grades have dropped dramatically in math and slightly in her other core classes. I am going to call the school and see about getting her some help. I think it could be due to the adhd kicking up but I also think she has some sensory issues. She hates noise like dogs barking and screaming and complains constantly about kids being too talkative or loud during class. When she is at home she spends all her time laying around with the tv on and reading books on her ipod. She likes it quiet or atleast as quiet as it can be with a tv running. I really think I should get her evaluated but I don't know how easy it will be to get a neuro evaluation done. Suggestions?