Post Viral Encephalitis?


Post viral encephalitis is a swelling of the brain that occurs after a person suffers from some kind of viral infection. It is a potentially life threatening illness that has little to no symptoms. A few of the possible signs of post viral encephalitis are fever, headache, poor appetite, little to no energy, and a general ill feeling after having a viral infection. More serious symptoms to look out for include a stiff neck, vomiting, confusion, and dizziness. Contact a doctor immediately if you think you have post viral encephalitis.
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Encephalitis means irritation and inflammation of brain which is usually caused by infection. Encephalitis caused by virus, a bug, is known as viral encephalitis.
Doctors recommend that you get enough rest while sick with encephalitis. Rest is important because if your brain is swelling, it needs rest in order to heal. Sleep can help your body
Viral encephalitis is usually treated with antiviral drugs including acyclovir, ganciclovir, foscarnet, ribovarin, and AZT.
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