Meningitis causes inflammation of the meninges which is the protective membranes surrounding the in the brain and spinal cord. The inflammation is caused by an infection in the fluid surrounding the brain or spinal. Fungal Meningitis develops when fungus spreads through the blood stream causing a fungal infection. The chance of getting Fungal Meningitis is greater with a weakened immune system. Fungal Meningitis is not contagious and has symptoms including fever, headache, and sensitivity to light. The treatment for Fungal Meningitis consists of a high, long dosage of antifungal medications which is usually given through an IV.
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