Meningitis Symptoms

meningitis-symptoms

Meningitis is disease that causes an inflammation of the membrane surrounding the brain. Most cases of meningitis are caused by viruses but fungal and bacteria meningitis occur as well. Bacterial meningitis is a lot more dangerous than viral meningitis so it's important to know meningitis symptoms so that you can seek prompt medical treatment for you or a loved one potentially suffering from meningitis. Meningitis can cause serious brain damage or even death if you delay treatment.

Some of the early meningitis symptoms might give you clues that you are suffering from a very dangerous infection though they might not necessarily suggest that it is meningitis. These include pain in your legs, hands and feet that feel very cold to the touch and skin that is abnormally pale. It's a good idea to seek medical advice when any of these symptoms are observed.

The more tell tale meningitis symptoms are a high fever, a headache that is very severe, vomiting and nausea, confusion, difficult concentration, stiff neck, seizure and a sensitivity to light. These symptoms continue to get more severe as the disease progresses. Untreated, the brain can become damaged and even death can result. It's so important to make sure that you can recognize meningitis symptoms.

Meningitis is a dangerous condition. If you or someone you love is showing or suffering from these meningitis symptoms, you need to be very pro-active in seeking immediate medical assistance. Time is of the essence in seeking medical treatment and any delay can be fatal.

 

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