I’m grateful this infusion went as well as it did

Gavin’s IVIG Infusion went pretty well today.  I was able to get it started before taking the other boys to school. 

The entire process was roughly 2 hours and then he slept for a few hours after…

It’s a a bit overwhelming to know that we have a lifetime left of these to go. This will never fix itself and will likely continue to get worse over time. 

For now, I’m just grateful this infusion went well and we’ve lived to fight another day.



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i am so glad it went well. It is daunting that it is a lifetime process. since my kid gets ivig as well i do understand what you are going thru and i know you are just as grateful if not more than i am that at least we have access to ivig since we live in the US and have insurance. i looked at one of my blue cross blue shield statements and saw how much the doctor was paid and the visit costs and the medicine costs and am blessed my son was able to get it. with… Read more »