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I am new to this site. My 20 year old daughter had meningitis -bacteria when she was 2 months. She made it through and I thanked God! But as she grew older I noticed the differences in her behavior from my other children. She was not socisl, fearful, very clingy, quiet, often alienated would sit in corners or closets and plsy slone. Her walking was unsteady, she seems not to hear well. Yet, no detection of disabilities. As she got older the symptoms remained, her balance improvef, she was a cheerleader and dancer. Excelled in academics, but...
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hello i always suffered from migraine headache but recently I'm getting deferent headache the pain is coming for my neck back of my head all the the way to front of my head i do have stiff neck and when i got this head ache i feel nausea some pain in my stomach i just heard in news about this disease but I'm not sure what i have and mine it only happened at night its be now 2 days should i go to hospital or not can some body help me i have to kids and i don't no what i should do thanks.
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