#Autism and Autonomic Testing: Arrived in one piece

We just arrived to the Cleveland Clinic and have checked in. Gavin survived the car trip okay. Besides sleepy and pale,  he was fine.  Thank God for small favors.

The testing process is two parts and will last at least two hours.

Gavin ate breakfast but hasn’t had anything else because eating is was triggers the blood pressure crashes,  at least most of the time.  Needless to say,  he’s hungry and sleepy but in a good and hopefully,  cooperative mood.

I’ve got a bunch of pictures because the Cleveland Clinic is an absolutely beautiful campus.

Thank you all,  so very much for your support,  thoughts and prayers. I’m truly grateful and I will keep you all posted.


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       -Lost and Tired

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