Ive ju had my thymectomy operation i ve been told by my neurogiist that the operation went well but they cant be sure that it has worked yet as it has only been a month away. so what happenes know do i keep seeing my neurologist and take tablets until they decided. has any one had mg for long term how long did u hve to visit a neurologist for and when did u feel the benefit of everything. will i take these tablets all my life even after haven this operation am happy because my prednisolone is being dropped, but am just unsure of how its going to be in the future thanks if anyone can help me with some advice.
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