#Autism, Dysautonomia, Primary Immunodeficiency and the Antibody Infusion

#Autism, Dysautonomia, Primary Immunodeficiency and the Antibody Infusion

Gavin arrived back home a little bit ago and seems to be doing okay.  He tolerated the physical infusion well and so now it’s just a matter of making sure he rests and gets back on his feet.

As time goes on,  he does seem to be a bit disoriented and lethargic.

This could simply be exhaustion from the infusion itself,  or it could be that his blood pressure is low.  We are going to take things really slow and keep him hydrated.

The important thing to walk away from this post with is,  so far so good.

**Thanks for reading**

       -Lost and Tired

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