A new real estate agent went to sleep, suffering from cold symptoms, and did not return after meningitis was closed.
Abigail Harris, 23, was unconsciously a form of disease bacteria.
Abigail was bad for a few months but tried to get rid of any symptoms.
She went to the hospital on March 27, complaining about the pain in her wrist, but was diagnosed with tendinitis and recommended to rest.
Later, Abigail, when he was having difficulty breathing, was later confused with mentalist practitioner Fiona Scarlett. Unfortunately, this was the last time they spoke.
Fiona Scarlett said: "She said she could not go to the hospital because her hands were hurt, so I told her that her friend Kieron took her.
"But she didn't tell her how bad she felt and she wanted to sleep. She didn't want to bother her."
"She said she was trying to go to bed. We left her."
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Later she was urged for intensive care but did not respond to antibiotics. She died on March 29th.
Mom and Dad Nicola and Andy shared their story of World Meningitis Day to raise awareness of MenACWY vaccine.
The family said, "He has left an open hole in his hearts."
What are the symptoms of meningitis?
Meningitis symptoms may appear in any order. Some may not appear. There may be no rash at first, or the rash may fade.
- High fever above 37.5 degrees – average human temperature
- Spotted rash that is not faded when the glass is pulled over
- Stiffness, especially in the neck
- Sensitivity to bright light
- Drowsiness, irritability or lack of energy
- Cold hands and feet
The classic rash associated with meningitis usually looks like small, red pinpricks.
But it will spread into the body and turn into red or purple.
If the glass side is pressed firmly against the skin where the rash is, and it is not faded, it is a sign of blood poisoning and you should get immediate medical attention.
The Meningitis Research Foundation has warned that symptoms can be easily confused with hangover.
Charity encouraged people to pay attention to the symptoms of family and friends in the winter when the disease is more common.
Contact your doctor immediately if you are concerned about yourself or your child.
Trust your instincts and don't wait until the rash appears.