husband took all 3 difficult children to new pyschiatrist today. I swear that these people are just low paid drug pushers. He prescribed chlonidine for each difficult child for sleep. Then he prescribed concerta for oldest difficult child, Foclin XR 20 mg AGAIN for middle difficult child and Vyvanse for youngest difficult child. We are filling them tonight and I'm starting here for research. Ya'll are always much faster in replies than I am at finding info online. Is chlonidine similar to seroquel? Is it an antipyschotic? I'm going to research it tonight and see what I find. If your difficult child is on any of these, can you let me know how its going, or if you've noticed any bad side affects? I'm still waiting on a call from the neuropysch. It is almost 2 weeks now and he said it would take 1. I'm trying to be patient, but I really want answers before school starts. I need something to start with. On a seperate note, biomom has had 2 seperate $250,000 surety bonds placed on her for arson case. It says bond held insufficient and this is why they placed the new amount on her. What does all this mean? Anyone familiar with these terms? My chair at my computer desk has made my back go out again. Been out since Thursday night I believe, so I'm using DHs laptop. Went to the Dr. today, just walking in/out was bringing tears to my eyes. They gave me muscle relaxers, anti-inflamatories and some pain medications. I'm not a medication person, but I can't walk, so I'm going to take them for now. Heres to hoping these start working and I can walk soon. For now I'll stay in bed when husband is home and on the couch when hes not. Thank God for the schedule the kids are on or I don't think I'd survive.