UK: 080 8800 3344Ireland: 1800 41 33 44
People who are faced with meningitis and septicaemia have
to act fast to help save a life.
Know the symptoms
Lessons from Research for Doctors in Training
20 Years of Progress
What's on your mind? Share, discuss, ask and respond through the MRF blog.
My son had meningicoccal meningitis at age 4 and is now almost 14. I am just finding out through this website that his learning difficulties are likely a result of his illness. He also seems to take forever to get over colds and other small ailments, he has aches and pains and seems to crash and burn after exercise. Sometimes he ends up in bed for days with fatigue and has even lost feeling in his legs after a cold only to return 48 hours later. I am wondering if there is a link with chronic fatigue and meningitis?
I also would like to...
Continue reading - After effects a decade on?
Posted in by Jenny Malone on 16 July 2012
Suggest a new post
News and information directly to your inbox:
Why is the death rate so high amongst adults with meningitis in Africa?
Improving the outlook for adults in Africa
©2013 Meningitis Research Foundation
Offices: Belfast, Bristol, Dublin, Edinburgh.
A charity registered in England and Wales no 1091105, in Scotland no SC037586, & in Ireland CHY 12030
A company limited by guarantee, registered in England no 4367866
Registered Office: Midland Way, Thornbury, Bristol, BS35 2BS
The Sience of Saving Lives
Information on this website is for guidance only and is not intended to replace advice given by a doctor.
fuse8 digital agency