Hi everyone! Well, I am still fairly new but have posted several times before. I am probably not using proper forum etiquette yet-sorry. So, my 8 year old, who is currently diagnosed with ADD, depression and sensory processing disorder (SPD), is still having some issues. He is doing MUCH MUCH better than he was at the beginning of summer though! He is currently on 1/2 mg Risperdal 2x's daily (which we have to change due to high prolactin levels), 50 mg Zoloft, and 18 mg Concerta. We had an initial apt with neuropsychologist a week and a half ago for personality testing (basically she interviewed us, and I filled out a stack of paperwork). The day before his neuropsychologist testing, his psychiatrist called and said his bloodwork results were in (had blood drawn 2 weeks ago). She said all was fine except prolactin levels, and his TSH and T3 (thryroid) were normal, BUT on the high end of normal. She said with these high normal readings, kids can experience problems with mood, behavior, etc. So, I called the neuropsychologist to report this to her, and she said to go ahead and still bring him in the following day for his scheduled testing, which we did. We get his results this Thursday, and I have to admit I am a little nervous. So, of course right now I am wondering if some of his behavior problems are due to his thyroid? His aunt has hashimotos disease (her thyroid doesn't work at all and she needs medications) and my mom has thyroid issues as well. We are seeing a pediatric endocrinologist in a couple of weeks about the thyroid because when I told my pediatrician about these "high normal" readings, she said that shouldn't have any affect on his behavior at all. I have 2 totally different opinions from the psychiatrist and pediatrician! So, that why I am taking him to see a pediatrician. endocrinologist. I am just stuck here-wondering what is going on??? Has anyone ever heard of someone having "high normal" thyroid readings and having it affect them? His TSH was 4.320, by the way..... His blood test results also showed a high red blood cell count, high HGB, HGC and a couple others. I looked this up online, and found several different ideas of course. But one thing I kept reading was a possible low iron or B complex vitamins could cause these high levels. So maybe I should supplement him with these. I also wonder about diet-like going gluten-free. I am just trying to figure out what is going on here-does my son have thyroid issues, low vitamins, ADHD/Depression, Aspergers (I seriously wonder and he was tested by neuropsychologist for this)? We are getting our results from neuropsychologist this week, and he will see the endocrinologist next week, and that will help get us closer to some answers. Thanks you all-my son is such a great kid-I love him tremendously and won't ever give up on him.