Myasthenia Gravis

The symptoms most associated with Myasthenia Gravis (my-us-thee-nee-uh gray-vis) is characterized by weakness and rapid fatigue of the muscles under your voluntary control.

There is a breakdown of the functions with those that have Myasthenia Gravis  between the nerves and muscles. With no cure for Myasthenia Gravis  but with early diagnosis can help relieve signs and symptoms, such like weakness of an arm or leg muscles, double vision and drooping eyelids and difficulties with speech, swallowing and breathing.

With Myasthenia Gravis  it can affect people of any age but is slightly more common with women younger than 40 and men older than 60 years old.