Aseptic meningitis

What is Aseptic meningitis?

Aseptic meningitis, or sterile meningitis, is a condition in which the layers lining the brain, meninges, become inflamed and a pyogenic bacterial source is not found.

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I am 58 now and when I was in my 20's I had Aseptic Menengitis and since that time in following years have been treated with medication to control...

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started of April 23,2010 diarrhea and nausea vomiting and neck pain low grade temp 99.7 thought possible meningitis did lumbar puncture test came...

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Dear headache with nausea and vomiting may be due to many causes but more common is raised intracranial pressure,...

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I have been diagnosed with meningitis (aseptic) I was on viral and bacterial medication for 21 days it ended 5 days ago. My hands, feet, ankles and...

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