Thought I would give an update on how Stryker is doing. It's been seven months since she was put on Pyridostigmine Bromide for the Myasthenia Gravis, and she is pretty much symptom free now. Back to playing, and giving her house mate a hard time, which is so good to see again. She also has not had much vomiting that was attributed to the Mega Esophagus syndrome, the Specialist that treated her was not sure if that would ever resolve. But Stryker is one tough little cat.
This is Stryker (the black kitty) and her housemate Rashke.
Even though she has had few episodes of ME, I'm still trying to figure out some contraption to help her eat, not there yet but it's still being worked on, and will share what is finally figured out.
I found some video of Stryker that I showed the Specialist to help diagnose her that I thought I would share, might help some other folks in the future. The following link is to one of the image sharing sites I use. This video was shot just after we returned from her vet's office when they thought she may have had a stroke. At the time she was only able to walk about five feet before she would get to tired to go further. One thing the video dose not show is her body posture. If you were to see her from the side, when walking her front shoulders were elevated, buet her head was down low, looking downward. In my mind I thought it looked like she had a terrible headache.
Stryker pre-diagnoses;http://s18.photobucket.com/user/galansw ... sort=3&o=0