difficult child is now on Seroquel (is up to 150mg and increasing 50mg per week - started at 50mg) at night and Klonopin .5mg in the morning and PRN. The Seroquel doesn't seem to be horribly sedating for her, which doesn't surprise me. The stuff that is known to be strongly sedating usually isn't for difficult child. However, the added Klonopin in the morning is, and she's sleeping all the time. She sleeps all night, takes the Klonopin and sleeps for several more hours. So, of course her nights and days are completely turned around. On the days she forgets the morning Klonopin dose, she does fine. Plus, it's also prescribed as a PRN, but there are only 30 pills so I'm not sure how it can be PRN if it's also once daily. I always thought that Klonopin was a PRN medication, not a daily maintenance medication. difficult child really wants to take it as prescribed, though. We see the psychiatrist again on Feb 6th. I'm not sure what to do. I'm not sure if the sedating effect of the Klonopin will wear off as she adjusts, or on the flip side, if it will become less effective as a PRN if she's taking it everyday. Thoughts?