At Wednesday difficult child skipped both his morning and afternoon practise and didn't answer the phone. They went looking and found him from his flat at the evening, sitting on the floor next to his outdoor. Very incoherent, balance and vision issues (double vision), couldn't walk on himself, feels his other leg and hand is partly paralysed. Hallucinates and really messed up, had been sitting there from the morning apparently. He had also been harming himself. Not serious wounds and seemed like he had gone more for the pain than actual harm. In hospital he was first treated at neurological department. He did got a hit to the head almost ten days ago while training. Hard enough that they went through concussion protocol but he didn't show any signs of concussion then. Neither had he after it before Wednesday. Even now MRI is clean (apparently the neurologist feels that something probably should be showing with this serious, and late, symptoms) and also some tests they have made are atypical for brain injury. So they consulted psychiatrist and today he was transferred to psychiatric department. Neurologist will continue in his treatment team too. If not concussion, it could be either onset of psychosis or dissociative crisis. In both cases the physical symptoms would be explained by conversion disorder. He has been getting injected anti-psychotics, but they didn't seem to make much difference. According to psychiatrist that is atypical for first psychosis which would indicate this may indeed be 'just' dissociative. They have moved to try anxiety medications now. difficult child seems to be really messed up at times and then have clearer moments when you can even reason with him and get something coherent out of him. I'm scared and totally out of my wits. Trying to keep myself moving though so can't think much about that.