I have an 11 yr.old son who has learning disabilities, specifically with reading and writing (dyslexia). He was diagnosed by a neurologist with ADHD primarily inattentive. He was put on adderal, concerta, and stratera, respectivey. On all of these meds, he experienced anxiety, inability to sleep, nightmares, crying and depression. He was then put on imiprimine, which he was on for approximately 1 1/2 years now. This only helped a small amount with his ability to pay attention and focus on classroom activities. It helped with anxiety and depression somewhat. However, he was still not doing as well at school as his teachers would like, and at home, it is hard to get him to follow through on directions, stop what he is doing and redirect his behavior when told to do so. He is also very irritable. He began pulling out his hair about 5-6 months ago, leaving obvious bald spots on the front and back of his head, and on his eyelashes and eyebrows. We decided to see a child psychiatrist about this who prescribed vivance and prozac. He has been off the imiprimine for 2 weeks, and started on the prozac. He has been experiencing anxiety, crying spells diarrea, loss of appetite, and mood swings from happy, to angry, to whyning, defiance. He seems to be miserable, and he is making the rest of the family miserable, too. I am at a loss on what to do to help him. The psychiatrist thinks he has aspergers, but when we took him to a group therapy session for that, none of the kids seemed to be like him. They seemed much more impaired. His neurologist thinks he does not have aspergers, just a really bad case of ADHD. Please help me try to get some direction on what to do for him. Thanks for your help.