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Is it possible to have meningitis with 5 days of SEVERE headache and neck ache, but no other symptoms? No fever, nothing.

Not likely. Meningitis can be caused by variety of infectious organisms, especially viruses, but also, bacteria, and fungi. I have almost invariably seen fairly high fevers, significant malaise, nausea, vomiting, confusion, other than immunologically suppressed patients, who early on, seem rather mild. In your case, I seriously doubt you had meningitis, and wonder wonder about migraine. Read more...

15 year old boy fever 105, severe headache nausea convulsive, meningitis neg, mono neg, had MRI CT awaiting results. Morphine barely effective.

Hang in there. It sounds as if you are asking from the Emergency Room? They are doing all the right things to evaluate him. Be sure you get all of your questions answered and keep followup with your doctor as they recommend. They will get to the bottom of this, hang in there and let them do their jobs, but be persistent in advocating for your son! Read more...