I had This Disease in the late 1950's. I'm a 58 yr old woman now and I've always wondered if I was the only one around who had this disease?
My curiosity about the disease has been unanswered all these years. My question is :- is it possible to have an another attack or am I immune now for life? All I do remember when I was sick I was isolated from everyone at home and the doctor called everyday. I was bedridden and felt very weak. I also felt very sad at the time as it happened on Christmas Day after we had gone to the beach.
How it was described to me at the time was I had a germ in the muscles of my chest. No-one else around me had it or got it so I've never known how I caught it. I didn't know it was infectious at the time.
Just thought I would write this as i thought I was a bit of a freak to catch something most people have never heard of then or now.
Rosemary NSW australia
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