I’m a bit concerned about Gavin this morning because he says he doesn’t feel right. Actually he says, “Daddy, I feel funny”.
It’s never a good sign when Gavin says something like that because he almost never complains to us about something like this. It makes me wonder if we are dealing with either seizures or a pending autonomic crisis.
On the other hand, he could just be feeling dizzy or something all together benign.
There’s no way to know for sure until something either happens or doesn’t happen. I’m praying that it doesn’t happen. As I await what today brings, I’m a bit anxious and full of worry because the last thing in the world I want is to see my son in the hospital again today.
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Is there a way you can have him point to a picture or somewhere on his body that he says he feels funny at? You could narrow it down from there a bit. If it’s his chest, or his head, or his stomach, etc.
Silachan Gavin’s very verbal but Cognitively he doesn’t seem to be able to give us reliable information about how he’s doing.
Thanks man. I appreciate it. It will be over soon and I’ll be able to put this behind us
Sorry you are going through this. I had to deal BS like that in a custody battle with my ex wife and I know it sucks. I’m praying for you and your family. Stay strong.
I hope that Gavin will be okay. I’ll pray for him.
Tell him he’s not alone. I have Aspergers and don’t feel good either.
Tell him I hope he feels better.
KyahJ thanks. I hope you feel better.