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Recovering from spinal meningitis. Walking with a brace. Any suggestions to have a better life?

I had spinal meninitis had a wire go into my back . My took to the ER 3 months later for passing out. 3 days later they took me out of ICU and 6 days after I went home. and 2 months of follow up. still having problems with leg that they are making wear a brace. and getting it up in sex is very hard. is this going to be the way Ihave to live now?
Asked On : Fri, 15 Jun 2012
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I think I need more details with the procedure that was done. What were the actual proceedings. As I understand it is spinal meningitis and why was a procedure done when it is curable with medicines and good care.

Most of the people recover after simple procedures and you should speak to your doctor about this new development ( ED). It is curable and it needs to be addressed quickly for treatment.

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