Sorry for Being Sick

I’ve cancelled all of my plans for the rest of the month with my friends. These are events that I’ve had planned for a while. PSA: I’m not a flaky…

Pills and Potions: Prednisone

One of the “joys” of myasthenia gravis is the copious amount of medication you’ll have to take in order to live “comfortably” or keep your symptoms are bay. The number…

Traveling While Ill: MG in Vegas

This summer I’ve really been trying to live my best life. The freedom that I feel from taking back control is immeasurable. Last month I broke my no travel with…

Little Miss ANTI Social

For as long as I can remember people have told me that I’m “anti-social” or that I’m unapproachable. While I could try to attribute some of this to RBF (resting…

Traveling with MG

I’ve talked about how my social life came to a screeching halt when I was diagnosed with myasthenia gravis. This included vacations and especially vacations to warmer climates because heat…

Pass the Mic Episode 3 with Jessica P

We’re back with another Pass The Mic Interview. This time we have Jessica P who has graciously shared her myasthenia gravis journey with us. Check out her interview below. Name,…

Pills & Potions: Mestinon

If you have myasthenia gravis the first thing you’ll learn is that there is no cure. However, over time and with medical advancement there are several treatments available to keep…

Morse Code : Menstruation and Myasthenia

It’s been months since I’ve done an overall status check in. Mostly because nothing has really changed in my health. I’m holding steady in seeing great improvement since my thymectomy.…

Brr It’s Cold in Here

A couple months ago, I had my first cryotherapy session. As you know, I’m constantly looking for natural and less harsh methods to assist my body in being the best…

March Madness with AIP

I’ve been tip toeing around Autoimmune Protocol (or AIP) for almost a year (more like ice skating around it). When I originally looked into it, I saw how restrictive it…


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