I will just post the basics of a letter I composed to my son's doctor. Let me know what you think. I wonder if the severe preeclampsia may have caused some neurological damage? Anyways, if anyone knows anything about those kinds of problems my son displays, please let me know! Let me add that he is very sweet and have no behavioral problems at all! Here is some of what I wrote his doc: I went to see Matthew’s teacher today. She voiced the concern about Matthew’s ability to complete tasks. She will compose a letter to you. She also mentioned that Matthew have problems with gross motor skills, but oddly not with fine motor skills. He falls off his chair. She is the third teacher mentioning those problems. She says he likes to be in class, and is good at reading and math. I told her I think he speaks slowly, and she agrees. She thinks we should get those problems addressed soon, I agree. Let me tell you some of the observations I’ve had; When younger- 1-2 yrs ago, he had severe problems with spinning playground “toys” (sitting on something that spins), I have helped him with this and he do better with it. He panicked and felt very ill. He vomits if he has a fever. The fever can be due to a cold, or anything. Neurological sensitivity? I have noticed the gross motor skill problem too, but can’t put my finger on it. He still can’t skip when in gym at school, for example. He is cooperative and pleasant, so it appears to be more of a physical problem than mental? In hot weather he gets overheated easily, and feel physical discomfort. Even if I make sure he gets plenty of fluid, this still happens. His face flushes bright red, and he seems weak and asks if we can go back home and inside. He is an artist when it comes to drawing and can do this for an extended time. He likes science and nature. I ask him to put on his shoes, he start spinning around, obviously confused as if his brain doesn’t register, he tries hard and wants to. I repeat the same words a couple of times right away and point at his shoes and he hastily put them on. Other times it is not a problem. He is not playing around, I can tell this bothers him too. The teacher tells me this will cause problems in school as he gets to higher grades, I am thinking it already does. He has had problems grasping routines in the classroom, bringing documents to the teacher after being asked by both Mrs. Cortinas and me. She says she knows something is wrong, and we should to find out what it is." Lena "