And, they said that while she does have excessive daytime sleepiness it is not narcolepsy, and that everything else was within normal ranges. She has mild to moderate snoring, and a little longer than normal sleep latency, there is nothing to medicate. Sigh. While I am happy that she is OK, I was really really hoping that the tiredness was something biological. But, it is not. They think it is most likely psychiatric at this point. So, now we are bounce back to the psychiatrist to see what she wants to do. difficult child's pediatrician. did make sure that psychiatrist also got the results. pediatrician. is as frustrated as we are about it. He said that he isn't comfortable giving her something to stimulant her in the morning because of the medications she is on. He was more than willing to help out with any 504/homebound/online paperwork we need. We see the psychiatrist again on the 9th, so we will see what her thoughts are. I am giving difficult child her abilify around 7 or 8. Do you think that could be making her still sleepy? She was like this before so I don't think that is it, but just trying to find something to help. She got 10 hours of good sleep last night, and it was still a fight to get her up for school, even with her delayed start. Going to go walk with a friend for awhile and try to clear my head. Then I have a therapist appointment. this afternoon. Maybe btwn the 2 I can find some answers.