please get yr throid profile done, blood sugar level and tests for myasthenia ....acetylcholine
receptor antibodies in blood, and adrenophonium test nother test is called the edrophonium test. This approach requires the intravenous administration of edrophonium chloride
or Tensilon(r), a drug that blocks the degradation (breakdown) of acetylcholine and temporarily increases the levels of acetylcholine at the neuromuscular junction
. In people with myasthenia gravis
involving the eye muscles, edrophonium chloride will briefly relieve weakness. Other methods to confirm the diagnosis include a version of nerve conduction study
which tests for specific muscle "fatigue" by repetitive nerve stimulation. This test records weakening muscle responses when the nerves are repetitively stimulated. Repetitive stimulation of a nerve during a nerve conduction study may demonstrate decrements of the muscle action potential due to impaired nerve-to-muscle transmission.
u may talk to neurophysician..and then go for the above tests ..and then tell me the reports..