This website is intended to create awareness about the disease and does not provide medical advice, diagnosis or treatment and is not a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. The news and information on this website are taken from various sources, support material from healthcare providers and also includes certain original content. We request you to always seek the advice of your doctors or other qualified health providers for any questions you may have regarding the disease. Never disregard professional medical advice or delay in seeking it because of something you have read on this website.

Myasthenia Gravis

How to use this website?

MG Helping Hands as the name suggests is a platform created to lend helping hands to those suffering from the invisible disease – Myasthenia Gravis (MG). Patients with MG suffer in silence as their pain is not visible to the naked eye and symptoms are difficult to read.

We are a group of MG patients ourselves (not all are experts or medical professionals in this area) trying to build a network for all MG patients globally, who can help each other. Through this website, we want to create awareness about the disease and let MG patients around the world know that they are not alone in dealing with this disorder. and our aim is make is as a strong group as Myasthenia Gravis Support group India. 

With our collective experience living with MG we hope to provide some solace and a sense of inclusion to those diagnosed with MG.

How can you contribute?

If you are a Myasthenia Gravis patient, please write to us to share your personal stories living with MG to inspire others who are in similar situations.

You could also spread awareness about the disorder at your home, workplace and in public by sharing the contents on the website using social media icons visible at the end of each page. In an unlikely case that you find errors in the content or dissatisfied with our support please do reach us.

We plan to have a discussion platform soon to allow interaction among patients,  caregivers and healthcare providers. Meanwhile please contact us in order to be included in the group. Additionally, like us on FB (Myasthenia Gravis India) and follow the latest updates.