Muscular dystrophy - limb-girdle type (LGMD)
Typically, the first sign is pelvic muscle weakness (difficulty standing from a sitting position without using the arms, difficulty climbing stairs). The weakness starts in childhood to young adulthood.
Other symptoms include:
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