Daily Support Designed to HELP Mollaret's Meningitis Sufferers'
This syndrome is very RARE. WE are OUR best SOURCE of information. Chronic Headaches, photo & phonophobia, fibromyalgia, PAIN etc.
Hello all, nice to meet others with the same problems. I have been diagnosed with molllarets by my doctor after my 5th hoapitalization. Every time i get a lumbar puncture, every time i get better in…Continue
Hello y'all. I'm Dani, just joined and am glad to see there are more people out there. When I was first diagnosed with MM I couldn't even talk to my regular pcp about it because they had no idea what…Continue
I started taking lamotrigine Friday to help as a mood stabalizer, but since then I have been fighting off a flare up and been having trouble sleeping. I have a call into the psychiatrist about it,…Continue
This support group is now partnered with the Mollaret's Meningitis Association. We will be updating all information in the future on the MMA website and other social media platforms. They are in the process of creating a nonprofit for Mollaret's Meningitis patients to support advocacy, education, and research. You can check them out at www.mollarets.org.
They also have a presence on the following social media platforms:
Facebook Public Page: www.facebook.com/mollarets
Facebook Support Group: https://www.facebook.com/
We hope you will join us as we work towards a cure for Mollaret's Meningitis.
Ning Support Group Administration and Mollaret's Meningitis Association Board of Directors
Have had what I thought was shingles for the past week. After a week of the skin sensations such as tingling, shooting pain from my right shoulder blade around to right front chest area I went to the doctor. Told him I thought I had shingles. He looked at the very small and few breakouts and he said he didn't think so. I explained that I was taking 800mg a day of Acyclovir suppressant therapy for MM and maybe I just didn't break out in a big way or it was still early. He said this is not…Continue
I'm from Melbourne Australia and I'm a 42 year old female. Two years ago I had my first bout of what I thought was a really bad flu, which I couldn't get out of bed for a few weeks. It passed yet came back about 6 months later, it left me concerned but thought that maybe I was just having a bad year. Skip to two years forward and these attacks kept coming back almost exactly six months apart, although they kept getting worse in severity and duration. I've had two this year…Continue
I have been suffering from Mollaret’s Syndrome for twenty-eight years. My first episode appeared three months after giving birth to my daughter. I have been hospitalized so many times over the years that I have lost count. Luckily, the last two times I became ill this year, I was able to manage the pain at home.
It has been a journey. I went to the Mayo Clinic in 1992, and no one there was able to diagnose what I had. It wasn’t until 2004 that it was diagnosed in Des Moines, Iowa…Continue