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Infectious Diseases

Herpetic Meningitis

11/25/2002

Question:

Can you please tell me the symptoms of herpetic meningitis? Can the symptoms disappear and reappear throughout the course of the infection?

Answer:

The usual symptoms are fever, headaches, nausea, vomiting. They are typically associated with the first episode of genital herpes. 

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Response by:

Carlos   Subauste, MD Carlos Subauste, MD
Assistant Professor
College of Medicine
University of Cincinnati