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I was diagnosed in June 89 with Strep A septicemia (toxic shock). I spent 2 weeks in intensive care and on a respirator and in kidney failure. I returned to work in 2 months but had bouts of strep and arthritis for 2 years following. I have had major lower back pain since a lately memory; dizziness have increased with tingling in arms and increased arthritis. Will be seeing neurologist in Jan. and thinking this could be aftermath of the septicemia? Any one have recurring symptoms 20 some years later?
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Posted in Fundraising by Carolyn Brown on 15 November 2011
Hi my name is Tahnur Mica Barnard im 20 years old. I survived meningococcal menigitis 5 years ago, its taken me a while but I really want to become involved and be poractive about this disease, do you know if there are currently any organisations in johannesburg, south africa.
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Posted in Fundraising by Tahnur Mica Barnard on 12 November 2011
My name is Daron Boyd and I have just been diagnosed for the fourth time I am 53 and this time I have viral but I have had bacterial at age 4,19, 28, and now at 53 does anyone know why? Local doctors do not know why and the last two times Doctors did not want to test just said I had flue or head ache. This time the doctor said if I wanted a spinal tap I had to request which I did. If anyone has insight please respond
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Posted in Fundraising by Daron Boyd on 03 November 2011
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