Hubby's doctor recently retired, and Hubby decided to just stay within the practice, and keep the doctor that took over. He went in last week for a refill of his Ritalin, and Hubby, in true ADD fashion, just now told me that the doctor is questioning the diagnosis, and doctor wants him to "take a test" to prove he has ADD. Hubby has no idea what kind of "test" the doctor wants him to take. I did a behavioral assessment on Miss KT, but Hubby took an online assessment, plus drove me nuts during a seminar on ADHD poking me in the arm and muttering, "I did that. That sounds like what I used to do. I did that, too!" After that, I sent him in. doctor started him on Strattera, over my objections, because Hubby was previously diagnosis'd Unipolar Depressive, and he was an absolute mess for about three weeks, even after I ramped up the dosage to correspond with his weight. I'd made up a spreadsheet, of dosages and behaviors, and when he went back in, I went with him, gave the doctor the info, and told him I wanted Hubby on Ritalin. Things have been fine ever since. Since this new doctor took over the practice, he should already have all this info, right? I don't see the point in putting Hubby through any additional medication trials when Ritalin works for him, and I wonder too what kind of a "test" the doctor wants to do. If Hubby has to go off the Ritalin, right now, while he's job hunting...well, that just has disaster written all over it.