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Posted in Fundraising by Esther Trackman on 05 December 2013
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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Posted in by sabrina on 05 December 2013
I had just turned 5 when my parents faced the ordeal of hearing that I had meningococcal group C- a bacterial form of meningitis. Long story cut short- I was left with a long term problem with my left eye (I had a squint...an operation to correct this didn't work, but wearing glasses has solved the problem). My left eye is still weaker 16 years on, but I am one of the lucky ones. I survived the disease. This spurred my desire to create an awareness of meningitis, and last year, in Newtonards, Northern Ireland, l abseiled down Scrabo Tower,...
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