According to Cedars-Sinai, symptoms of spinal meningitis include sensitivity to light, drowsiness, headache, fatigue, fever and a stiff neck and back. Additionally, children may have a blank, staring expression; refuse t... More »

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The Mayo Clinic states that viruses and bacteria cause most cases of spinal meningitis. In rare cases, fungi, chemical reactions, inflammatory diseases, cancer and drug allergies cause the condition. More »

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There is no known cure for spinal stenosis, according to the American College of Rheumatology. Although it is not possible to cure spinal stenosis, there are things that can be done to relieve pain and other symptoms tha... More »

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The symptoms of lupus include headache, fever, painful joints, chest pain during breathing, hair loss, blood clotting, ulcers, high light sensitivity, fatigue, anemia, and white or blue color on the fingers when cold. Th... More »

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The symptoms of final stage glioblastoma include symptoms caused by increasing intracranial pressure, such as drowsiness and headache; other symptoms include neurological deficits, dysphagia, delirium, confusion and fati... More »

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Although not everyone with viral encephalitis exhibit symptoms, some people may develop symptoms that mimic the flu, including fatigue, weakness, aches in joints or muscles, fever and headache, according to Mayo Clinic. ... More »

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According to AIDS.gov, the early symptoms for HIV include fever, swollen glands, rash, fatigue, sore throat, headache and muscle and joint pains. These symptoms can last anywhere from a few days to several weeks. More »

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