Meningitis symptoms. Avoiding light due to the pain it causes. Headaches neck pain and stiffness fever nausea vision changes nausea death - [its really really serious].
Meningitis. Symptoms include irritability, failure to feed but more importantly a full fontanele.
Meningismus. Signs are highly variable and can mimic other disease processess. I always consider meningitis in patients that present with headache, fever, neck pain and complaints that light hurts the eyes. However, it is possible for meningitis to present with just one or even none of these symptoms.
Meningitis. Fever, headache, vomiting, neck pain and mental status changes are the main signs of meningitis.
Several. There are several usual features. Headache, fever, stiff neck, altered consciousness and possibly seizures.
See below. High temperature, headache, stiff neck, back pain, delirium, maybe coma, confusion, nausea, vomiting, dizziness, blurring of vision. Bacterial form causes severe symptoms.
Fever, headache. Babies and children •fever •crying, unsettled, irritable •refusing drinks or feeds •vomiting •sleepy, floppy, harder to wake •stiff neck, dislike of bright lights •reluctant to walk •rash – purple or red spots or bruises. Teenagers and adults Also headache, vomiting, sleepy, confused, delirious, joint pains, muscle aches, stiff neck, and the rash.
Meningitis. Meningitis is an inflammation of the lining that covers the brain and spinal cord (the meninges). It is usually caused by the germs from a bacterial or viral infection. Http://patient. Info/health/meningitis-leaflet.
Fever and stiff neck. Meningitis is an infection of the tissues surrounding the brain. Symptoms may include fever, headache, a stiff neck (an inability to touch the chin toward the chest) and a rash that does not change when pressure is applied to the skin then removed. It may be a life threatening infection, so urgent evaluation is needed if meningitis is suspected.
Lethargy, irritable. Meningitis is an infection of the tissues around the brain and can be life threatening so it is important to recognize quickly. In babies the signs may be subtle, but include extreme tiredness (not waking up to feed for multiple feedings), fever and/or irritability. In older children fever and a stiff neck are the classic symptoms. If your child is not acting like themselves they should be seen.
The symptoms of Meningitis include: Fever, Rapid heart beat, Decreased mental status, Stiff neck, Severe headache, Vomiting, Nausea, Pain caused by bright lights, Rash.
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.
Neurologic signs. Fever, stiff neck, alteration in consciousness, seizures, high pitched cry.
Back pain, headache. Depending on the location, meningitis almost always causes pain. If it is in the skull--headache. If in the spine--spine pain. Of course neurologic dysfunction occurs often, such as seizure, stroke, paralysis, sensory loss, speech disturbance, coma, death.
Triad. Fever, headache, and/or stiff neck.
See below. Fever, chills, severe headache, neck stiffness, light sensitivity, seizures, possible rash, nausea and vomiting.
Sick as stink. Imagine the morning after a night of drinking, but no night of drinking - that would be like the symptoms of meningitis. Severe headache, nausea, vomiting, fatigue, ache, trouble with vision, trouble with balance, feeling like you want to die - then you may have meningitis. Needs thorough medical evaluation right away!
Symptoms. Meningitis - headache, stiff neck, alteration in consciousness, confusion, seizure. Hepatitis b - jaundice, fever, enlarged liver, fatigue, enlarged abdomen due to fluid.