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I went to see the doc about chest infection firstly,,then mentioned the pains in my head,going from side to side every time i moved coughed,sneezed,any movement at all ochh..she tock hold of my head told me to relax, and moved it a little said ok i think you have viral meningitis..i sat myself up expecting to get some information on how to treat this but was given none ,,prescription for chest and told thanks bye..not even telling me what i was supposed to do.......
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Posted in Member Events by Gill Currie on 12 April 2012
I was 20 and am still having pains from this sickness in my head its been 6 months since i was diagnosed i was in the hospital for a week had a spinal tap and couldn't walk for a week too much pain i'm now 21 and my head pain just comes and goes any ideas what could help
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