Went to Neuro - he seemed at a loss What am I missing here? We are now trying the 1/4 tablet of Clonidine (Dixatrit) at 8 am and then at 4 pm and continuing the Concerta. He did not know what Tenex was so I had to call him when we got home to give him the brand name (I guess it is different here in Canada) and he will look into it. difficult child cannot walk without bending over every other step and now he has to touch his toes. husband and I tried to have a night out to ourselves and when I called to check up on difficult child, he wasn't doing well. He said that at one point everything seemed to drop and he felt dizzy and hot. My first concern was his blood pressure. We rushed home and took him to Emerg. I had to help him put his jacket on and help walk him to the car, he is almost crippled from this tic. The emerg doctor knew nothing, absolutely nothing, totally useless. What a total sense of helplessness when a doctor doesn't have a clue what medication does what and if difficult child is suffering from side effects or it's the tic causing these feelings! All vitals are normal, so we left feeling at least grateful for that. But here we are still....husband would like to pull him off of everything and keep him home either homeschool or a special school. I don't know what to do. Our family is not coping. I am trying to keep it all together but I have run out of answers to calm everyones fears. difficult child cannot do anything at this point...he either has to lie down or sit with something like a desk or table blocking his feet so he cannot bend over. I don't know anymore what to do.