I met with our psychiatrist again today. After titrating Missy up a bit on the Trileptal last week, Missy had a rage today. It only lasted about 20 minutes or so, but she cracked her bedroom door and apparently barracaded herself in. I only found that out after she came down, somewhat calmer and I went to check on the damages. A few other minor things broken, too. Called psychiatrist and got in today. I told her that my Aunt has Acute Porphyria. She seemed shocked. It's a rare disease. My aunt has bouts of it every few months and sees an endocrinologist (I think) who wants to follow my aunt, because its pretty rare. (or rather, rarely diagnosis'd) Anyhooo, she wants Missy tested for it. She doubts that is the case, but wants to rule it out anyway, because Acute Porphyria can present itself as psychiatric disorders. It's also related to seizures, somehow, but I'm not exactly sure how. My aunt also had seizures as a child. Some simple blood and urine anaylisis can rule this out. So I'm just putting this out there for you all to think about. There is no cure, but dietary restrictions is a must. My Aunt's case was diagnosed because she had severe reactions (doubling over pain) from even just a sip of alcohol, however, she had problems with her stomach for years. My dad said she was always labled "a sickly child" when she was young.