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What does MG look like?

Myasthenia Gravis affects only those muscles that are voluntary such as those of the arms, hands, legs, eyes, throat and so on. Involuntary muscles such as the heart, blood vessels, etc. are not affected. Because of this some symptoms of this disease are:


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  • Drooping of the eyelids, double vision

  • Difficulty chewing or swallowing

  • Difficulty using hands or legs

  • Difficulty breathing

  • ​Fatigue of over-worked muscles