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Continue reading - MRF London Ambassadors visit research on neonatal meningitis
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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Posted in About meningitis & septicaemia by tim henley on 06 April 2012
I was diagnosed with meningitis on 8th March, but i couldn't be told if it was viral, or bacterial and where it had come from. I have been out of hospital for 3 weeks now and it is still extremely hard for me to do anything for myself. I am 32 years old and usually very active. I have a daughter who is 4 and we do everything together, but not since i got ill. I have a partner, who is not the father of my child and the relationship is a year old. Cracks were starting to show, but suddenly today i was told that they no longer wish to be my carer...
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Posted in by Charm Tinn on 05 April 2012
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