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Meningitis Learning Disabilities
Process information at a level commensurate with intellectual ability. For example, a person with normal intelligence reading well below grade level or unable to perform age and grade appropriate math problems. There are many forms of LEARNING DISABILITIES. Federal law requires that every child with a learning disability receive educational services that will ...Read more
Do people who had meningitis as a child usually end up suffering from learning disabilities as an adult?
My gf told me she has bacterial meningitis. In result she says she has learning disabilities and has a mind of a kid in a teen body. I want to know more?
Meningitis/Disabilit: Yes it can cause several complications if treated late or not treated properly all paptients with viral menengitis and 70to80% of patients with bacterial meningitis will recover completely. The serious disabling complications are brain damage deafness epilepsy change in eye sight. ...Read more
Share time/space: If you share time and space with any person who carries the germs of meningitis, you have been exposed. The degree of exposure relates to the intamacy of the contact, & or the hygenic practices of the exposed (wash your hands). The exposure may be to a healthy person with no signs of illness. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Spread meningitis: Most cases of meningitis have been spread by droplet infection. Bacteria and viruses can be carried in the saliva eventhough others may be asymptomatic. I suggest you not kiss your dog on the mouth and wash you hands well before eating and putting your hands in your mouth or against your nose. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
CSF: The best way is to get a sample of the fluid in your spine (via a needle in the back) and to send it out for analysis. Neurologists, anesthesiologists, or radiologists can do this procedure, although any doctor can order it. ...Read more
AIRBORNE BY SECRETIO: There are three kind of meningitis 1viral2bacterial3fungal most common are viral which are transmitted by direct airborne change of secretions by coughing and sneezing bacterial can be contacted by skull fractures, acute or chronic sinusitis or otitis media.It can also occur with septicemia with positive blood cultures in immune compromised patiens cryptococcus which is funfus rare mengitis. ...Read more
Meningitis: If you have symptoms such has headache, fever, stiff neck, nausea, vomiting, the doctor will suspect that you may have meningitis and may order a ct scan of your head then perform a spinal tap to obtain a sample of spinal fluid then send it the lab to look for bacteria, elavated white blood cell, elevated protein, abnormal glucose level, increase pressure etc... ...Read more
Depends!: Mild viral meningitis may be a short illness, bacterial meningitis is fatal in a few days if untreated we also have fungal and tuberculous forms the complications depend on the age of the patient, the severity of the illness and the speed of diagnosis and treatment mild to severe neurological deficits can occur. ...Read moreSee 4 more doctor answers
What age?: This will differ according to the age of the child. Generally meningitis presents with fever, sensitivity to light and sound, headache, stiff neck, nausea and vomiting, changes in mentation and possibly localizing neurological abnormalities. In preverbal children there may be listlessness, failure to feed, difficult in arousal, irritability, and other non-specific manifestations. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes: Organ transplant recipients have to take immunosuppressants to help their body accept and not reject the donated organ which puts them at higher risk to develop infections including meningitis. They are also at increased risk of developing skin cancer and other cancers. Studies have shown that organ recipients have a 2 to 3-fold increased risk of developing cancer. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Close contact: Meningitis is an inflammation from infection of the tissue layers that envelop the brain and spinal cord. The infection is usually viral but can be bacterial or fungal. It is acquired by close contact with an individual who has the disease --- hugging, kissing, or coughing. ...Read more
WhyDoYouThinkThat: Why are you terrified that you have or are going to get Meningitis.Are you sick or have you been exposed to a case of Meningitis. Or you just have an imaginatory fear that you do or are going to get Meningitis My advice is if you are sick, don't waste time and go to ER. And get checked. If you have been exposed there may be vaccine and drugs which can be given to contacts If none you may need Therapy ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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