We are going to look into the Ronald McDonald House when we get there. Overall, we will be there 4.5 weeks. The first week of October and then the third week of October through 1st week of November. Still no teacher for Cody, he is all over the place, exhausted but not feeling too bad, then the next day feeling horrible but awake.
We will be seeing Dr Philip Fischer, diagnostician at Mayo. He has a youtube video about POTS. He was the very first doctor I contacted after Cody was diagnosed. He referred us to Dr Chelimsky in Cleveland though. He squeezed us in, thank goodness, he usually has a 15 month wait, that's why I like to try to find a doctors email and contact them directly.
Hi! How are you and Whitney doing today?
Did she have another appointment for this week? I think about Whitney almost daily. I hope the docs get her pain under control soon!
I hope you both have a good day.
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