My son is 7 and has been on Strattera now for 3 weeks. We started out at 10mg for a week, than 18mg the second week. Now he is suppose to be taking 25mg for the next two weeks. Since he started taking the 25mg he lays around and looks like a zombie. He dosent' want to do anything. He loves playing baseball and he dosen't even want to do that. When I called the nurse she said to keep giving it to him. I don't want to give him this and have him going to school feeling like this. Could this be to much mg. The teachers liked him on 18mg. He was sitting still paying attention and making 100's on all four test that week. Now he just lays his head down and when you ask him a question he looks straight through you like your not even there. Could 25mg be to much.
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