Wow. My DD went to her doctor about a month ago because she was having difficulties with headaches, nosebleeds, dizziness, lightheaded, and a list of other things. They sent her for tons of blood work (which came back ok, but most of her levels were on the lowest end of normal) and referred her to a neurologist. He told us not to be surprised if it takes 3 months for her to have an appointment and prescribed her a migraine medicine to take until then. I finally got the call today from the neurologist and they scheduled her for their first available appointment which is May 16th. What! 6 months from now! They placed her on a cancellation list, too, just in case someone cancels so maybe she can get in sooner. She has had these headaches for months now and we took her to her doctor only because they had gotten worse and included all the other things. Her headaches are now 24/7, basically never-ending. The migraine pill helps take it down to a level where she can function and concentrate at school, but once they wear off she's back to square one. She can only take 1 a day and takes them at night because they make her a bit loopy at first and wear off by the time she gets home. Now I have to tell her that she has to deal until May 16. Good grief. Sorry, but I just had to rant a bit. It's not easy seeing your child in constant pain and knowing there isn't much you can do about it.