Category: IVIG Infusion



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… Read more »



Longer needles are needed

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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… Read more »



We’re missing a critical delivery

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Alright, so we have another little problem. With all the craziness going on in regards to Gavin’s detachment from reality, we overlooked that Gavin’s IVIG infusion supplies haven’t arrived yet. This is not a huge deal at this point, but we’ve been having issues with nationwide shortages of his IVIG… Read more »



Why is Gavin struggling with his #IVIG infusions lately?

It was a rough morning in the sense that everyone was dragging. Emmett had a rough time falling asleep last night because he’s got a stuffy nose and while that’s unpleasant for anyone, it’s especially troubling for someone with sensory processing disorder. Lizze got lunches made and I got the… Read more »



I have GOOD news and BAD news

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I’m going to start with the good news first because I feel pretty good about the good news. ☺ We celebrated Gavin’s birthday today and I think he really enjoyed it. I picked the boys up from school and took them to pick out some things for Gavin that could… Read more »



It’s terrifying when your child with #CVID can’t get his lifesaving medication

It’s not like receiving a donated liver or kidney, where his body could reject it. That said, Gavin’s body can struggle to accept the antibodies. He can run a high fever, have seizures, experience anaphylactic shock or an autonomic crises can be triggered.


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