candida_sucks;52807 wrote: You know, a lot of your symptoms are dead-on consistent with eosinophilic meningitis, which can be caused by the rat lungworm parasite, also known as Angiostrongylus cantonensis:
The parasite does exist in southeast asia. Snails and slugs are an intermediate host for the larvae. The snails/slugs crawl across lettuce, etc. that eventually get eaten by humans. The worms make their way to the central nervous system and brain, causing meningitis — symptoms of severe headache, stiff neck, nausea, and more. Sound familiar?
Did any of the infectious disease doctors test your cerebrospinal fluid?
Meningitis can be caused by bacteria as well. Interestingly, here is an article saying that Thailand has the highest incidence of bacterial meningitis among a certain set of countries:
Not sure if the bacteria that can cause this would be resistant to any of the antibiotics you’ve already taken…