I asked for a copy of difficult child's evaluation's report from the behavioral and developmental pediatrician. I thought it might be good to start building a file and put anything that would be relevent in it (ie. doctor's report, preschool report...). I started reading the whole thing (only 5 pages) and it seemed a pretty accurate summary of the visit, until... the section "plan of action". He had mentioned medication, but both husband and I said we did not want to go that route. We wanted to do evrything else (ie therapy, keep investigating until the diagnosis is conclusive..) and medications would be MAYBE talked about if difficult child was to become out of control and nothing else worked. medications would ony be for a do or die situation. That is our way of thinking and living. And we have the same approach for "regular" illnesses. My easy child had severe GERD and we only accepted medications when otherwise he would have been hospitalized, he is now on herbs. Anyhow, first section of the plans: 4 lines of medications! It will be delayed, but than tenex will be used, that many mg, x times per day. Wait 3 weeks and then go up that many mg, x times per day if no results. I could not believe what I was reading. It even said and understood the plan! That doctor has never mentioned Tenex, or any dosage or nothing!!! I thought we were heard... I guess not. It is quite a disappointment. husband does not even want to see him ever again. The pb, we don't have that many ressources around here. And we need him for referrals and further investigations. GRRRRRRR.