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The prognosis for congenital myopathy varies greatly depending on the type and severity of your child’s condition. Congenital myopathy can lead to long-term skeletal problems such as:

  • Reduced joint mobility.
  • Hip issues.

Life expectancy varies as well. If your baby has severe breathing trouble, they may experience respiratory failure or complications such as pneumonia. However, if your child has a mild condition, they may grow up to live a full life. Talk to your child’s healthcare provider about your child’s specific condition.


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