Bladder Problems Common in MG, Particularly for Late-onset Patients

Bladder Problems Common in MG, Particularly for Late-onset Patients

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Bladder Problems Common in MG, Particularly for Late-onset Patients

Bladder problems like urinary incontinence, urgency, and nocturia — waking up frequently to urinate — are common in people with myasthenia gravis (MG), particularly those with late-onset disease, a study found. Late-onset MG or LOMG is defined as disease symptoms that begin after age 50, while symptoms in early onset MG (EOMG) start at earlier ages. The study, “The Impact of Myasthenia Gravis on Lower Urinary Tract Functions,” was published in the International Journal of Clinical…

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