difficult child can't explain what is going on! I don't know which health professional to start with because difficult child cannot really put into words what is happening. It started with him going to the nurses' office for headache medicine. The nurse called and said he has visited there daily since last Friday. So, I called neurology and set up a migrane check. They have an opening tomorrow but since I am driving there on Friday for other appts we scheduled it for Friday. difficult child then ended up in the nurses office and when I picked him up, he says, This is not really a headache. More that I can't concentrate but the Motrine helps a little. He is also talking symptoms he had during the time his anxiety was heightened (senses angels around, cannot concentrate, maybe panics because he is getting scared because he cannot concentrate). So, I called therapist's office. I told them we have appointment for Friday late afternoon but wanted to let therapist know what is going on now in case he suggests change in medication or dose. They have an opening today at 4:30. I question if I should keep the migrane appointment. But then difficult child states he does get a headache that is like a ring around his head at the forhead level. So the old circle of if this is a migrane does it cause the anxiety to rise or is it the anxiety contributing to the migrane? So much being thrown at us today as he is trying to put it into words.. difficult child just told me that he makes the connection that this stuff happens when he is bored and thinking about himself. difficult child says that he feels like he is in a fog like the Claritn commercials. So allergies? So, therapist this afternoon and migrane check up and psychiatrist Friday afternoon. It concerns me that it feels like the anxiety route we were on three years ago. However, we have all the professionals in place to help combat it at the source/start - trouble is, which one to go to? I think I have the main ones covered through this weeks appointments! Though we may be sent to his pediatrian to check on the allergy route?