Well, tomorrow I have a follow-up Pulmonary Function Test in Boston and see the Dr. right after. I have no choice but to return to work on Tuesday and I am petrified! I remain undiagnosed yet convinced MG is what I am dealing with. I have been out of work for six weeks and do have doctor's notes to cover all my time out.......hospitalized on two different occassions. I just do not know what to say when I return to work. Hi, sorry I have been out so long....they found nothing wrong with me yet please understand I am still not feeling well......I just don't think that is going to go over well at all. Have any of you ever heard of a pulmonary doctor diagnosing MG? Right now they have told me I have slight COPD as I do not expel all the air I take in.......this also showed on CT.....I do have a history of asthma as a child so they put me on two inhalers two weeks ago. As I have mentioned before, the weakness and breathing issues are my biggest problems. I am sorry for rambling, but I am scared I am not going to be able to handle going back fulltime and can't really expect anyone to understand since they have not found anything wrong............thanks for listening............Stacey
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