Hi Fair Skies,
Wow . . . if you are dealing with a 14 years old . . . than everything needs to be done very carefuly as he could have WAY different reactions than an adult. A youngster's body just handles meds differently.
Keep us posted . . . I hope the doc has some good ideas.
BTW: My boys had trouble with their legs at night (pain) and I used to give them milk. It did seem to help, but I really think the pain was from them jumping off the woodpile and other high places.
In His Grip,
AlwaysRosie "We can't control the waves, but we can learn to surf!"
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