My daughter was diagnosed with MG in 2006. For three years her only symptoms have been double vision and occasional droopy eyelid. She had been on 4 30-mg. tablets Mestinon per day, and unless she way overdid things, she was fine. Now she is 16. The day after her driver's test, she started going double very early in the day. We recently had her dosage increased to 2 30-mg. and 2 60-mg. tablets per day. It has been less than a week, but she has seen absolutely no improvement. I don't want her to overdose on mestinon; on the other hand, I'm wondering if she still should go up? We have a great neurologist that I trust, so I guess I'm asking, any parents of children who went through some big MG changes during adolescence, and how did they work out?
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