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Amandaa

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About Amandaa

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    Sepsis Survivor

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  1. Hello, I wonder if anyone knows exactly what is going on in your body to cause the usual symptoms of PSS which I have, I have googled this many times and assumed from the information that it is the immune system that has to rebuild, I may be incorrect with that but if correct, no idea how that happens. Does anyone have anything to add to understand what the body is going through whilst recovering down the line. It does seem to affect all the body and new symptoms arise all the time and I sit here wondering what process the body is going through, ie is it the blood etc. Any information would
  2. Hello everyone My sepsis story began in January 2018 and ended May 2018 (3 hospital admissions). Fortunately I survived with all limbs intact. However, I have been suffering from every symptom of PSS since. Looking at the whole picture, I am getting better albeit slowly. However, the pains in my hips, back and legs can make it very difficult and painful to sleep in bed. This is relatively new (3-4 months). When I get into bed, I find it too painful to turn over or move at all, its painful on both sides and on my back, so painful I have to struggle to get out of bed which hurts more
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