because of fatigue. I just can't figure out what's up with this man. The CPAP is helping, but then he told me after the first or second week he was waking up every morning at 4:30am for no apparent reason. Then he'd go back to sleep and wake up a few hours later even more tired. For a few nights, he was staying up until maybe 11pm, which is unusual for him lately only because of the sleep problems because he was going to bed at 9-ish before that. But he's been getting more done lately since starting the CPAP. This weekend he even got some chores done and worked more on some unfinished projects. He went to work Monday, but couldn't sleep that night and asked for the Klonopin the sleep doctor rx'd to help him settled down at night. I never filled it because we still had some leftover from when difficult child 2 was taking it. But went ahead and gave husband 1mg per his new rx instructions. Yesterday morning he just couldn't wake up -- very groggy, and decided he didn't want to take Klonopin anymore. Fine. He decides to stay home from work. Went back to sleep at 9:30am and didn't get up until 4:30pm!!! Last night (no Klonopin) he went to sleep around 11pm. This morning, he says he's tired again, doesn't feel like going to work, and having some... er... arousal issues that only I can help him with if you Know what I mean?... Sorry, but I don't have time to lounge around all day with him. Maybe I'm being insensitive, but today's not a good day for this. So I'm thinking, WTH? Get your out of bed and go to work! Arrggh! I've been bugging him to increase his Trileptal back up to his orignal levels (neuro had let him halve it because he was so tired all the time, and when we last met with neuro, he said that if the CPAP worked for the fatigue husband should go back up to where he was before and that he might even bump him higher since he was still having seizures at the old level and it was just a coincidence he hasn't had many lately). So he finally started back up at his previous level yesterday. So now I'm wondering if I should call one of his doctors to figure out what's going on. This just isn't normal and it's really bugging me. So who do I call: GP, ndoc, psychiatrist or sleep doctor? Is he depressed? Is he "cycling" (I'm convinced he's cyclothymic)? Is he not using his CPAP correctly? (He still snores some nights and refuses to wear the chin strap they gave him). Where's the EASY button to fix this?