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On October 2013 her severe headache started with neck stiffness (note On August she had RCT done on her Right tooth ) she was treated for TB meningitis at Appolo Chennai On AUG 2015 she was again treated for Mollaret Meningitis and was on Acyclovir at Institute of Neurosciences Kolkata till the time she was always on pain killers with some relief then again her severe headache started and got admitted back in Institute of Neurosciences Kolkata on May 2016 and again CSF showed 165 Lymphocytes this time meningitis biopsy was also done which showed everything normal just growth of staphylococcus hominis ssp hominis (? Contamination) as per their reports and they says it's a case of Inflammatory Meningitis non infective . Her stitches are about to cut off. She has no relief in pain yet and swelling is there because of biopsy done Doctors are saying pain and swelling will subside gradually. However she is suffering from severe pain till now with some fever which is a serious matter.
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Dr. Navya G
General Physician Bangalore
Hi there.. I can understand your concern.. Aseptic meningitis/inflammatory meningitis is an illness characterized by serous inflammation of the linings of the brain (i.e., meninges). Clinical manifestations vary, with headache and fever predominating. The illness is usually mild and runs its course without treatment; however, some cases can be severe and life threatening.Aseptic meningitis syndrome is not caused by pyogenic bacteria or any organism.. it is due to body's exaggerated reaction to mild organism which continues even after the organism is not there.. treatment is just supportive treatment for symptoms..it takes time to resolve. if pain is unbearable then please consult other neurologist for second opinion..
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