I am a 29 year old female experiencing increasing muscle weakness. I have a normal brain and spinal MRI, a normal bone marrow biopsy and chest x-ray and a normal EMG. My blood tests for myastethis gravis, lupus, AIDS, and Rhem. Arthritis are all normal. Here are my symptoms:
muscle weakness (unable to climb stairs, lift 20 lbs.) (3 weeks)
stable low wbc (for 3 years)
eye inflamation and infection (staphyloccal blepharitis, papillary conjuctivitis) (5 weeks)
colitis (decreased strength in spincter muscles) (3 months)
My neurologist, the hematologist, and internal medicine doctor have said there is nothing they can do with me but today I couldn't even put on my own pants.
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