Has anyone filed and qualified for disability due to MG? I'm in the U.S.
I've made a list of things I have experienced just this past year (such as hard time breathing walking from my house to car in the heat, numbness of tongue, double vision, sensitivity to light, heavy feeling legs and arms at various times, and more).
My neurologist told me MG is treatable, will affect my work, but not qualify. I don't know whether to pursue it by getting a lawyer.
I am completely overwhelmed at the thought of moving desks, stacks of chairs, tables, etc in my classroom. I physically don't think I can handle it.
Back to basics with a particularly good explanation of the whole processhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=il3vvxNpls8&feature=youtu.be&fbclid=IwAR36-Rc70SDeFZQdGA3dm6BxGMmOhpUi8zsO4eAC_n6Pr8drahQkZMQMLUY
explained by the NIH ,this papers should help to understand better its fuctions beetwen mg classificationshere is the site to look on/pmc/articles/pmc 3670444/HTTPS://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.govalso the CDC have raised the risk on coronavirus19moderate or sever asthmaliver deseasehigh blood pressurepulmonarytypee one diabetisjust be carefull on what you putting yourselfs to exposuresbe well, and best...