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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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Posted in by Valery Chaves on 21 November 2012
I had Bacterial meningitis when i was 26 and 28. I am now 43 and starting to have even worse headaches than before and sometimes when i drive i get blurred vision especially if i am tired. I also notice i cant answer someones question as fast as i used to. I dont remember things often. Just wondering if there is any help out there for someone who doesnt have health insurance. The first time i had it i recovered pretty quick, the second time i was in the hospital for 39 days with a central line in my chest for over 3 months, and had Mastoid...
Continue reading - I had Bacterial Miningitis twice as an adult.
Posted in by Jennifer beri on 23 October 2012
I lost my little boy, William Lloyd Roe nine years ago, February 14th of all days. He was only 6 months old. I still find it very difficult and miss him dearly. I wonder what he would have been like and what he would be doing now? I wonder what his relationship would have been like with his brother?
The guilt I feel is unbearable, I will always wonder 'what if?' and 'could I have done more?'
Why didn't our doctor recognise the symptoms - why didn't I? My questions are never ending.
Losing William broke my faith and paid a large part in the...
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Posted in by Stephen Roe on 15 October 2012
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