Excuse me, what is MG?
It happens many a times.
It has happened with me.
Infact, some doctors, let alone, stand alone GP’s, but resident doctors in big private hospitals have had to rack their brains to remember where they heard the term ‘Myasthenia Gravis’.
It is so rare and so less spoken about.
If you have MG, then my sincere suggestion would be ensure you tell any new doctor you come across for any issue, even it be the orthopedic or the orthodontist do tell him or her and note the expression and the reaction to gauge if he understood what you said!
I make sure that I inform my dentist or skin specialist about Myasthenia Gravis and make sure he or she speaks to my neurologist before administrating any anesthesia or advising specific drugs.
I wish I could also share more information on it with them as I share here: http://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/179968.php
Always better to be safe than sorry.
As always praying and hoping the medical experts soon find a solution and cure to Myasthenia Gravis. Amen.