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    Old 09-06-2017, 03:32 PM   #1
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    Recovering from sepsis

    Should I be concerned that since I was discharged from the hospital, I'm feeling much more tired than usual, have some slight problem concentrating, and finding quite frequently I get cranky and irritable rather easily just doing the same job as before? I'm recognizing a marked difference in my moods.

    I'm concerned at the differences I'm noticing after a stay in ICU being treated for sepsis, bordering on septic shock. Please help. I don't want this affecting the rest of my life. Should I mention this to my doctor?

    "Life is precious, all of life, and one must try to take in as much of it as possible." ~Yanni

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    Old 11-05-2017, 06:50 PM   #2
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    Re: Recovering from sepsis


    Sorry to hear about you having septis. Very scary condition!

    I had it this past March as a result of a UTI. I developed a wound which required almost 6 months of care.

    I am still tired almost 8 months out. I started researching sepsis a couple months ago & found an online sepsis alliance site w/ lots of personal stories. Ongoing fatigue seems to be longterm affect, but probably the least severe.

    I can deal with many dont survive!

    Best of luck on your return to health!


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