Yes, difficult child still gets headaches. Two weeks ago, I brought him to school on a Wednesday morning at 7:30. At 8:30 he calls me and said he thinks he is having an anxiety attack but it was different. Told me to come and get him. He was saying other things but his words were all jumbled and I couldn't understand him. I hung up and called the office back. I asked if he was alright and they said, No. He was very flushed and his eyes were droopy. He has xanax at school and he asked for that. I picked him up and some things he said were jumbled, others were fine. I asked him if I should call the doctor and he said no he wanted to go to the hospital. I told him I would call the doctor first. He said no, because doctors always tell him he is "just fine" and he isn't. I tried to tell him I DO understand he isn't feeling well, or right. But we try to reassure him that he is ok. We got home and he went to bed. He slept for 5 hours. he was out. I would check on him and touch him and he was so out of it. Then he felt better. I was wondering if this could of been some kind of seizure??? We haven't gone to the doctor because he was feeling better.