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Search results for 'Myasthenia Gravis' (5)

…to surgery and continues as we're home. Prior to the NST diagnosis he had battled lyme, mega esophagus which led to aspiration pneumonia, myastenia gravis and hypothyroid. He still has all of those but is completely regulated on his meds and special feeding chair. Thank you for your kind words and

…he gets his cold presses every few hours. He perked right up at dinner time and as usual backed himself into his bailey chair (for the mega eso and myasthenia gravis) and enjoyed his normal 13 oz. of limited ingredient wet food! I'd love to post his pic but not sure how to yet!

Thanks again everyone

… severe muscle atrophy and after testing positive for and recovering from: lyme, mega esophagus which led to aspiration pneumonia, myastenia gravis and hypothyroidism Johnny was finally well enough to undergo anesthesia for an MRI. Diagnosis: Peripheral Nerve Sheath Tumor in the brachial plexus

Thank you for bringing that up. So many things to learn and to know. Never thought of that . I’ve got my Dad in and out of the hospital battling Myasthenia Gravis just a hard time all together.

We've got alot on our plate.

I hope I’m doing this right by responding to the emails?

Im still learning

23 July 2016 6:49 am
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…pass this info on when I had Rocket's toenail clipped.  When I checked out with my $788 bill (Yes, $788!  I also tested Comet for Myasthenia Gravis, which was negative), the receptionist told me that Carecredit was offering 18 month interest free, opposed to the 3- month one they offered

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