Sigh, The unit nurse informed me that difficult child has reported several instances of having visual hallucinations again. She asked if he had been on Abilify before to treat them and I said yes and it worked very well. Well, psychiatrist decided to increase his Geodon from 80mg to 120mg, then if that isn't enough, he will readdress adding the Abilify. I discussed what was going on with difficult child and told him I was proud of him for letting the nurse know and to make sure that he lets them know every time. The nurse said she could tell that he was extremely frightened. I told her last time, you could tell, his breathing would increase and his pulse would race. He is having trouble sleeping so they are starting him on Melatonin. He also has a problem with bedwetting. They have been waking him up during the night to go to the bathroom, but don't want to have to continue that so they are going to try him on DDVAP. I told the nurse that when difficult child's moods seem to be unstable is when he has the bedwetting problems. On a good note, difficult child has earned a 4 hour pass home this weekend, after having lost levels for the last 5 weeks.