Yes. It simply puts you into a higher risk pregnancy that you can work with your ob/gyn to manage with appropriate planning.
Yes but complicated. Myasthenia gravis is an autoimmune disease that affects the muscles. It doesn't affect fertility but can complicate pregnancy. Complications include worsening of m.G., breathing problems, pre-eclampsia, m.G. In infant, prematurity and increased risk of birth defects. You shouldn't get pregnant within the first 2 years after your diagnosis. Before getting pregnant, you should discuss with your md.