Many drugs that can worsen myasthenia gravis are NOT flagged by your interaction checker

Many drugs that can worsen myasthenia gravis are NOT flagged by your interaction checker...and go unrecognized.

Myasthenia gravis is an "autoimmune" disease where the body attacks the muscles and nerves...leading to muscle weakness, fatigue, and life-threatening breathing problems.

A big problem is that drugs used to treat other conditions (infections, high cholesterol, high blood pressure, etc) can worsen myasthenia gravis...leading to respiratory failure and death.

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