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Sir/ma'am, my mom is actually suffering from mystenia gravis, so is there any treatment for this? Is there any permanent solution for this?

2 doctors weighed in
Dr. Dan Fisher
Internal Medicine

In brief: Several therapies

#1 pyridostigmine #2 immunosuppresive drugs #3 plasmapheresis / ivig #4 removal of thymus.

In brief: Several therapies

#1 pyridostigmine #2 immunosuppresive drugs #3 plasmapheresis / ivig #4 removal of thymus.
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Dr. Rahman Johnson
Family Medicine

In brief: No cure, yet.

There is no known cure for mg just yet.
Many patients start with lifestyle adjustments like scheduling rest periods throughout the day and avoiding things that make their mg worse like hot surroundings or stress. If you have access to a doctor, ask about mg medications, blood filtering of the antibodies causing the weakness, or removal of the thymus which may reduce many of the symptoms. Good luck.

In brief: No cure, yet.

There is no known cure for mg just yet.
Many patients start with lifestyle adjustments like scheduling rest periods throughout the day and avoiding things that make their mg worse like hot surroundings or stress. If you have access to a doctor, ask about mg medications, blood filtering of the antibodies causing the weakness, or removal of the thymus which may reduce many of the symptoms. Good luck.
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