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Friday 26th of May 2017



Granulomatous Meningoencephalitis - personal experiences


Granulomatous Meningoencephalitis experience by - Carl
Fort Worth/Tx/USA

My 14 year old female was first attacked by GME 27 months ago when she awakened and could not walk, but somersaulted forward when attempting to do so. Steroid treatment was begun and after 2-3 days, she was much improved. Over time, she manifested other neurological symptoms (could not move in a certain direction, swelling of the eye, loss of all appetite, etc.) and each time steroids seemed to improve the condition until it was finally determined to keep her on a small dose of steroids to keep the condition under control. This worked until the last attack. At that time, steroids were increased as usual to no avail. From the beginning of the last attack, she was gone in just 3 days. Other than that condition, Buffy was a very healthy girl, who will be missed immeasurably.

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