Many, many more
You will not get all symptoms, you may only get one or two or you may get quite a lot. It is very, very important that if you have any worries or concerns that you ask your GP or visit trusted websites.
Main types and causes are:
Viral meningitis: usually a mild disease, but it can make people very unwell. Thousands of cases occur each year, mostly affecting babies and children. Although most people will make a full recovery, some are left with serious and crippling after-effects.
Bacterial meningitis: can be life-threatening and needs urgent medical attention. Most people who suffer from bacterial meningitis recover, but many can be left with a variety of after-effects and also 1 in 10 will unfortunately die.
Neonatal meningitis: only affects babies under one month old and will need medical attention.
Fungal meningitis: is rare and usually caused by the spread of a fungus through blood to the spinal cord.
Group B streptococcal meningitis: typically occurs in new-borns and can cause serious illness.