Hi: I am sure that many of you can relate to the good old night waking. I have tried many things with Sean in regards to the sleeping (hopefully not everything). I give him the chewable melatonine tabs at night and although it may get him to sleep it does not keep him asleep. He fell asleep last night at 9:00pm and woke up at 3:00am and he is still going strong it's 7:30pm. He is stimming his bigubys off right as we speak. He gets soooo stimmy when he doesn't get enough sleep, then I have to answer the never ending question to school, "are you doing anything different with Sean he is really stimmy today". I am wondering if anyone has any new recommendations or if anyone has tried the transdermal melotonine? If you did I am assuming you need a script right? The biggest question is the transdermal melotonine expensive. If I spend to much more money on Sean I will end up divorced. (only kidding) Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you and looking for a good night sleep. Denise
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