Category: GAMMAGARD



Gavin had a massive, massive meltdown this morning

Gavin slept in this morning which is weird in and of itself. He didn’t wake up until just before I got home from my morning walk. As I walked in the door, Gavin was working on getting his IVIG infusion ready, and it wasn’t going well. It’s been about an hour, and I just got …

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Longer needles are needed

Gavin will be resuming his IVIG infusions this morning. He missed his infusion on Friday cause his supplies didn’t arrive until late and then he ended up in the hospital. We opted to hold off until today because he was in bad shape and when he was getting back on his feet, we didn’t want …

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Gavin’s #IVIG infusion was a very frustrating experience today

So Gavin’s medication arrived. We went through the newly received supplies and figured out how to draw up the new solution. Previously, we were using 3, 10cc vials for a total of 30cc’s of solution. With the new medication, there are 2 vials total. The first vial contains 10cc’s and the second contains 5cc’s. That …

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It’s a HUGE day for us and here’s why

After weeks of stress, worry, fear, frustration, anger and exhaustion, we should finally see Gavin’s IVIG infusion medication arrive today. We don’t have a specific time but it’s supposed to be before lunch. I can’t totally exhale until they actually arrive because this has been a serialistic nightmare this far. There have been a few …

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The best news we’ve had in a month

I received a call from Akron Children’s Home Health, the pharmacy we get Gavin’s IVIG infusion medication and supplies from. Everything is set and Gavin should have his new medication on Thursday morning. There was a slight delay because apparently, there were special contracts that needed to be signed in order for them to even …

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We finally figured out why Gavin has NOT been able to get his life saving medication and you won’t believe the reason

I’ve just spent the last three hours on the phone, bouncing between Gavin’s doctor, the specialty pharmacy and insurance. I swear to God, if I had hair, it would be all over the floor right now. After three fricking frustrating and grueling weeks, we’ve finally gotten to the bottom of why Gavin’s infusion medications are …

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