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Quiz: How Savvy Are You at Tracking MG Symptoms?

Discover the connection between symptom-tracking knowledge and better everyday MG management.

A lot of detail can go into tracking MG symptoms, but better understanding it may help your daily living with MG. This quiz can help you identify your current level of symptom-tracking knowledge and what you might do to improve it, so you can have better conversations about treatment with your neurologist and aim to do more of the things you love. If you’re a supporter or caregiver for someone with MG, please take this quiz with your loved one in mind.

Your responses will also help us provide the most relevant MG updates, resources and information based on where you are in your MG journey. We promise to keep your answers confidential and will never share or sell your information.

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Do you have myasthenia gravis (MG)?

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Which of the following best describes your approach to MG management?

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The Myasthenia Gravis Activities of Daily Living (MG-ADL) is an eight-item patient-reported scale for measuring MG symptoms and functional activities related to daily living.<sup>1</sup>

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The Myasthenia Gravis Activities of Daily Living (MG-ADL) is an eight-item patient-reported scale for measuring MG symptoms and functional activities related to daily living.<sup>1</sup>

True or false: The MG-ADL scale is a tool for people living with MG to assess their symptoms and ability to participate in everyday functional activities.

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How often do you track your MG symptoms?

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MSE stands for minimal symptom expression, which is considered reaching a score of zero or one on the Myasthenia Gravis Activities of Daily Living (MG-ADL) scale.<sup>2</sup>

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MSE stands for minimal symptom expression, which is considered reaching a score of zero or one on the Myasthenia Gravis Activities of Daily Living (MG-ADL) scale.<sup>2</sup>

What does “MSE” stand for?

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Do you use a common scale to track your MG symptoms?

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Which of the below methods best describes how you track your MG symptoms?

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True or false: I recognize that my symptoms impact my ability to do things I want to do, which motivates me to track them.

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There are many ways that tracking MG symptoms might be beneficial, including (but not limited to) improvement in your daily abilities, aspiration to have minimal or no symptoms (MSE), more productive conversations with your healthcare team and a better understanding of your triggers and MG treatment needs!

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While this answer is correct, it’s not the only one! There are many ways that tracking MG symptoms might be beneficial, including (but not limited to) improvement in your daily abilities, aspiration to have minimal or no symptoms (MSE), more productive conversations with your healthcare team and a better understanding of your triggers and MG treatment needs!

Which of the following may be potential benefits of symptom tracking?

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There’s more you can learn about symptom tracking.

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More symptom-tracking knowledge is within reach! Getting familiar with symptom-tracking tools and methods may help you have more productive doctor conversations to help you aim for improved daily abilities or aspire for minimal or no symptoms (MSE). Check out the resources below to learn more:

This information has been provided for educational purposes only and is not meant to be a substitute for professional medical advice. Patients should not use this information for diagnosing a health condition. Patients should always consult a healthcare professional for medical advice or information about diagnosis and treatment.

You’re savvy at tracking symptoms, but there’s room to learn more!

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You have a good level of knowledge when it comes to symptom tracking! But there’s still more you can learn. Getting more familiar with symptom-tracking tools and methods may help you have more productive doctor conversations to help you aim for improved daily abilities or aspire for minimal or no symptoms (MSE). Check out these resources to identify more ways to help manage MG in your daily life:

  • Join Go for Greater, a challenge aimed to help achieve a greater everyday with MG
  • Read this article on common tools neurologists use to track symptoms, like the MG-ADL scale
  • Download this Greater Guidebook for activities and tips to help achieve greater treatment knowledge
  • This discussion guide may help you maximize conversations with your healthcare team to aim for minimal symptom expression (MSE)
  • Review the MG crisis symptoms to help prep for a potential MG crisis

This information has been provided for educational purposes only and is not meant to be a substitute for professional medical advice. Patients should not use this information for diagnosing a health condition. Patients should always consult a healthcare professional for medical advice or information about diagnosis and treatment.

You’re super savvy when it comes to symptom tracking!

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Nice work learning the ins and outs of symptom tracking! Symptom-tracking tools and methods may help you have more productive doctor conversations to help you aim for improved daily abilities or aspire for minimal or no symptoms (MSE). Check out these resources to identify more ways to help manage MG in your daily life:

  • Join Go for Greater, a challenge aimed to help achieve a greater everyday with MG
  • Read this article on common tools neurologists use to track symptoms, like the MG-ADL scale
  • Get to know more about the various MG treatment options that might be right for you
  • This discussion guide may help you maximize conversations with your healthcare team to aim for minimal symptom expression (MSE)
  • Download this Greater Guidebook for activities and tips to help achieve greater treatment knowledge

This information has been provided for educational purposes only and is not meant to be a substitute for professional medical advice. Patients should not use this information for diagnosing a health condition. Patients should always consult a healthcare professional for medical advice or information about diagnosis and treatment.

  1. Wolfe GI, et al. Neurology. 1999;52(7):1487-1489.
  2. Albazli K, et al. Front Immunol. 2020;11:917.
  3. Burns TM, et al. Muscle Nerve. 2016;54(6):1015-1022.

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