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Posted by kim butler on 15 April 2014
Hi my name is Kim Butler and I am currently a 4th year student in St Nicholas Montessori College Ireland. I am in the process of completing my dissertation and I have chosen to research the effects meningitis has on the processing skills. I have chosen this has a have a huge interest in finding out more detail about the illness of meningitis and what the different effects it has had on other people.
Back into august 2009 I became very ill and was brought to Mullingar hospital and was diagnosed with invasive meningococcal bacterial meningitis....
Posted by Henry Barnes, Membershp and Support Officer on 31 March 2014
Posted by Ursa Majora on 24 February 2014
I am 14 yrs old and I have been having horrible migraines. Also
My memory is normally good (as in memorize a entire paragraph in 30 minutes good) but now I have forgetting simple things like where my pencil is a few seconds (literally) after I put it down. The migranes come and go and are unexpected. Anyone have any ideas on what this is?
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