I will start by stating I am not a Doctor. I do however, work with people with mental health issues and my own son has Asperger's. You allready have doubts and that is enough to have a second opinion. Depending on you grandchild's diagnosis, Seroquel is a new a sedative drug. I would get a Psyc. Evaluation done by a board certified Psychologist four is very young to be labelling with out several tests. Hope this helps. fortyseventeen.
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