What sort of problem is aseptic meningitis?

Aseptic meningitis. Aseptic meningitis is viral meningitis. When cultured, no bacterial organism is isolated. It is usually self-limiting, and for the most part, not as severe as bacterial meningitis.
Agree. Fully agree, with the following caveats: tuberculosis can present as "aseptic" meningitis. And herpes meningitis (newborns) can be severe and devastating. Many people with a really bad headache have actually had viral meningitis.