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Neonatal myasthenia

Neonatal myasthenia: Introduction

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Neonatal myasthenia: Complication in babies of mothers with myasthenia gravis. More detailed information about the symptoms, causes, and treatments of Neonatal myasthenia is available below.

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About 15% of babies born to mothers with autoimmune MG develop a feeble cry, poor sucking, respiratory distress or "floppiness," which can be reversed by medication or blood exchange to remove antibiotics. These signs of neonatal myasthenia spontaneously disappear over the first few months of life. (Source: excerpt from MYASTHENIA GRAVIS: NWHIC)

 

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