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Posted by Gill Currie on 31 July 2014
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Posted by Anuj Jaju on 25 July 2014
Greetings for the day,
My fiancee, 21 years old contracted tb meningitis last year. Now after one year she's facing chronic fatigue and mild weakness in her right body side. can go upstairs with minimal or no support but walking straight is still issue. She alwayd want to sleel. Please share your similar experience of fatigue and mild weakness. And what to do to make her feel better.
Posted by Prahish Shakya on 08 June 2014
I am also very glad that i found this website. I have been reading your stories from past few hours. All of us are going through a very hard time.
I think i was also contracted with some meningitis at the age of 4 when i had a serious headache. Docs said to my parents that they may hav seen symptoms of meningitis, only that much. from then i lived my life as a normal person but i noticed i do hav some problem in me. i really didn't cared about the meningitis thing. I do have mood swings, emotional instability, behavioral problem and some...
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