a concussion, or a series of hits to the head. At least that is what we are thinking. Wow, my boy was wicked. Confrontational, irritable, not understanding, not remembering. I scheduled an early medication evaluation and we upped the zoloft. Then we went to the concussion center. The dr conducted questions regarding symptons and , lo and behold, his head was concussed. He had already been out of football for a week, much to the coach's dismay, and was out of school completely for a week. After a follow up visit he is still out of all sports. The Concussion center even sent a form to school regarding school work requesting limited homework, extra time on tests etc. After the rest, he was back to his normal self which really has been pretty cool. It was so scary. This looked like a total mental health breakdown. I think I am the only paretn who ever felt just a twinge of relief to hear of such a head injury. Well, he is not totally back, but better. So, thanks for listening. Do you think we shoudl attempt to bring the zoloft back down? Just wanted to share for all those who have an athlete.