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meningitis & septicaemia can kill in hours!

People who are faced with meningitis and septicaemia have to act fast to help save a life.


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brain tb

Posted by daud afridi on 07 August 2012

hello sir 18 months ago i was ill. the doctor said that i have suffer from brain tb. i treated for 18 months but i am not recovered and from tests it is reported that i still have tuberculosis. please tell me what is the reason

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Miracle Baby

Posted by NIa Wingate on 04 August 2012

Hi, I was hospialized at Grady Memorial Hospital in Atlanta Ga with bacterial meningitis at 6 months in 1974. A young doctor in his twenties, who was a student doctor performed a procedure on me, that saved my life, which his superviisor did not want him to perform. My mother told me his name, but I forgot. My hair was shaved off, I was paralyzed on the right side of body making me use my left side more, and I had tubes in and out my body. which was painful for my family members to see a tiny soul fighting for her life. I was known on the...

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Long Term Effects

Posted by Miriam Carroll on 30 July 2012

I had bacterial meningitis 3 times at age 3, 4 & 9. I also a bout of septecemia somewhere inbetween. I have been suffering with lots of ailments but not all together. Some of the ailments during my teens included Fight & flight issues, severe headaches, aches and pains, acne, constipation, depression and an inability to concentrate. I lost the hearing in my left ear on the 2nd bout and at 17 started to lose my hearing in my right ear, with the onset of tinitis, asthma and hayfever. During my 20s I suffered from chronic depression ...

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