Two weeks after receiving the COVID 19 booster dose, I began to feel dizzy and light-headed while walking. All of my blood work came back normal. I went to the ER, saw a doctor, and had every possible test done, but no root cause was discovered.
I was diagnosed with COVID a month later, in December. The symptoms were really modest. I thought I was done with it.
Fast forward to the end of April, when I went to my eye doctor for my yearly general checkup. She suggested I consult a Neuro-optomologist after the exam because she suspects I have MG.
I went to my pcp who is also a infection disease doc.
I am waiting to see a neurologist and neuro optomologist next.
Initial Acetylcholine test were negative so I research that they're are more antibodies. I asked my pcp to run them, and he did.
These are the results: does this mean I have MG?
acetylcholine receptor binding <0.30 (tested twice negative )
Acetylcholine receptor blocking <15 (negative)
Acetylcholine receptor modulating <1 (negative)
Striated Muscle AB (negative)
Striated Muscle AB titier (not performed)
Anti-LRP4 - Borderline
Anti Musk - negative
HS CRP - 3.0
See Rate - 14
As you can see my LRP4 came back borderline. Would this indicate a positive antibodies to MG?
I am waiting to see a neurologist and neuro optomologist next month.