How to Treat Meningitis (Spinal Meningitis)?

Answer Meningitis, sometimes referred to as spinal meningitis, is an infection of the fluid that surrounds the brain and the fluid of a person's spinal cord. Meningitis is usually caused by a bacterial or... Read More »

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A child I know had meningitis as a baby. He has had several operations for growth plates in his legs. Hes now been diagonsed with acid erosion of the teeth. Can meningitis cause acid erosion in teeth?

No, anything that happens after several years of the person having meningitis is not in any way connected to meningitis, the acid erosion could be down to the diet he has if it is high in acidity, ... Read More »

How can HPV be transmitted?

HPV, genital human papillomavirus, is transmitted through skin to skin contact. The most common form of transmittance is by unprotected sexual intercourse with an infected person. There are more th... Read More »

Can epilepsy be transmitted?

Epilepsy cannot be directly transmitted, but it can develop from diseases that can be transmitted such as AIDS, meningitis and viral encephalitis. There is also a genetic predisposition. Other caus... Read More »

How Is Bacteria Transmitted?

Bacteria are single-celled microorganisms found in several different habitats on earth. While many bacteria play a vital role in processes; such as nitrogen fixation and maintaining soil fertility,... Read More »