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Posted by Meningitis Research Foundation on 26 November 2012
In line with current thinking
Posted by Kaylee Ann Faunce on 25 November 2012
It was when there was a huge outbreak, I was born in 1996. Around Christmas I got spinal meningitis. I had the worse one. It effected my spinal cord. my family was told what my long term side affects are. They never could figure out how I got it. I almost died many times. & I was basically like a veggie on life support for a while I had to learn to eat talk move and walk. Now still I can not talk good. I can even talk so fast you wouldn't hear one word. But My hearing has gone bad. & I'm going insane. Today at my grandmas thanksgiving...
Posted by Valery Chaves on 21 November 2012
Hello I am interested in knowing if anybody that has had meningitis has had a episode of confusion between reality and dreams. I have a freind who had meningitis recently 7 months ago and now is having that phase. Trouble to distingish reality and what is not real and just dreams of memories. Anybody? I am concerned he thinks he might be going crazy but I think its an after effect of Meningitis.Please coment on myi post I would like to hear from all of you.
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