This is a nightmare

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They needed to draw blood.  They offered to do it via finger pricking instead of the usual blood draw. 

WOW.  Absolute nightmare and for Gavin,  that’s saying something.  That’s all I can say.  Complete disaster.  Gavin screamed and screamed.  He had to be poked a second time because he was fighting so hard the first of clotted.  Something is very clearly wrong.  Gavin was completely disconnected and using made up words.

I once again had to look like a monster because I was very abrupt with him as that’s the only way to de-escalate him.  It’s not easy to do, but after a while I have just learned it’s one of those things that I just have to do.

I haven’t gotten to the point that I don’t care how it makes me look but it is what it is.  All I can hope is that they understand and I think they do.

Something is definitely wrong….


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Just woken up to your latest emergency..fingers and toes crossed you find some answers and Gavin is ok. Thinking of you guys. X


I'm still saying prayers for your little man. I hope they can answer things soon. Did they test his sugar?
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Rob, I am in no way shape or form any type of medical personnel however my cousin had a lot of these kind of symptoms right before she was diagnosed with MS. I have to imagine they have tested for everything but if they have not gone done that road you may want to ask. My cousin was senior in high school when she had the same type of problems.


That is something that we are concerned about as well. At this point nothing showed up on the MRI, that would indicate MS.

I\’m not sure how else to rule it out. Maybe genetic testing?

Thank you so much for your concern 🙂