For now the doctor told me I have the ocular type of Myasthenia Gravis (MG). But I believe it can change into generalized MG.
Here's an explanation. "MG is differentiated into two major clinical forms: ocular MG, in which the patient has predominantly ocular symptoms, and generalized MG, in which the patient develops generalized proximal weakness. One study found that, over a mean follow-up period of 17 years, approximately 15%-17% of patients with MG had strictly ocular symptoms." (from the web)
My energy levels are low and I was told to use a walker for the time being. I'm waiting for lab results. Medication helps with vertigo and nausea. I nap a lot.
This video is technical and a little hard to follow but it explains my situation.