Category: Gavin



Celebrating forward progress

This is not proving to be a good day and we have a tremendous amount that still needs done. I’ll talk about that a bit later. Right now I want to focus on Mr. Gavin for a minute. First of all, he’s having a really good morning and that’s always a good thing. Second, he’s …

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A super quick but important Clozapine update

A quick follow up on the status of Gavin’s Clozapine prescription. I had mentioned last week that we were trying to get his Clozapine script approved for a 14 day supply at a time. Gavin’s numbers have been stable for the last 6 months and he’s eligible to move to the new script. We just …

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In other news

In other news, Gavin’s IVIG Infusion went well. I’m still batting a thousand in the IVIG infusions that don’t leak category. Gavin’s happy and it also means less pain for him as well. His infusion went pretty quick today. It took less than an hour in total and that’s always a good thing. Sometimes it …

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Being a single Dad is not easy but we made some serious progress today

I know it’s Monday and Mondays usually suck but I want to focus on some pretty amazing progress being made by one, Mr. Gavin. I’m so thankful to have my kids in my life every single day. Many single Dad’s don’t have that and I know how lucky I am. At the same time, it …

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There’s yet another snag in getting Gavin’s meds refilled and I’m seriously frustrated

Gavin had his blood work done first thing Monday morning. The lab has had almost four days to run them and fax the results to the pharmacy. They have yet to do so. Mind you, this is a stat order meaning it’s a priority and should be completed the same morning. Unfortunately, getting the lab …

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If you looked up selfless in the dictionary, you’d see this kid

Gavin’s getting a promotion of sorts, at least it feels that way to him. He had his blood work done on Monday as he usually does, but this time it’s a bit different. Rather than requiring blood work every week and only receiving 7 days worth of Clozapine, he’s moving to blood work every 2 …

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