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Bacterial meningitis is an infection that requires immediate medical management. If contracted as an infant, he or she is unable to report the symptoms. This report describes a 2-month-old male who was diagnosed with Group B streptococcal meningitis. Initially, he presented with a fever that continued to rise. He was transferred to a neonatal intensive care unit and diagnosed with meningitis. The infant was administered intravenous antibiotics, glycerol and phenobarbital as an anticonvulsantdoi:10.37506/ijpot.v14i2.2657 fatcat:xpfheuvinjc2hmp6q6dv2ol52q