Sepsis from UTI

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“I got sepsis badly from a UTI (lack of estrogen which I’m working on). My white blood cells were 27,700 and my normal was about 4,000…

Now I have Post Sepsis Syndrome which is extremely painful and my energy level isaround 5%. It’s hard to walk because of what it’s done to my muscles and joints.

I spend most of my time resting with getting up as often as my body will allow trying to build strength. I’m thankful to be alive and that it wasn’t worse with amputations, etc.

Does anyone have any experience with the recovery of sepsis? Doctors have no recommendations. I pray that I make a full recovery, I miss my life! Thank You!” -Jenny

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  1. Take a good quality vitamin c powderin capsule form, try 1 gram with each meal. Tolerating it means no diarrhea. If you tolerate add 1 more per meal?

  2. I’m a nurse and I can tell you that sepsis is a very dangerous disease to have. I know you already know this, but many people do not understand it. Sepsis occurs when a bacterium enters your bloodstream and travels throughout your body. It can be caused by ANY infection – even a seemingly small cut on your hand or arm/leg.Depending on the organism, it may respond well to antibiotics or it may happen to be resistant to antibiotics, which is a very bad thing. These bacteria release toxins in your body that can quickly overwhelm your immune system. The kidneys can be affected and may shut down. Your immune system may go into overdrive and cause all kinds of other problems you have a hard time recovering from. During the course of the immune response, blood is shunted from your extremities to your core to help preserve your lungs and heart. Less blood supply gets to your peripheral blood vessels and muscle can then atrophy – or die. That is likely the reason you are still “weak”. There isn’t much you can do really. Eat a good diet with lean protein from fish, chicken and very lean red meat. Stay away from sugar in all its forms. Eat whole foods. Stay away from processed foods. Get some gentle form of exercise. Gentle yoga might be helpful. Get plenty of rest, sleep and water. I hope these things help!

  3. I suffered UTI’s constantly for a year and on back to back antibiotics. Since being in a supplement call UTIVIA and estrogen twice a week it’s been 4 months antibiotic and infection free!

  4. I have no experience with sepsis…but l do hope that things improve for you in your very near future. Sending you healing hugs wrapped in prayers for your wellbeing. 🙏🤗🌸🦋🥰🙏

    1. I’ve had 3 uti since last oct 2 sepsis it is scary I almost died the first time now I get tested every month and this month they caught the uti I don’t have normal symptoms be careful please

  5. How discouraging! I was having 3-4 UTI’s a year and became borderline sepsis with one of them. I’ve been taking a mannose cranberry supplement and only had one UTI in over a year. I use the brand NOW and get it from Amazon but there are several out there. I believe part of the reason I am so susceptible to UTI’s is because I have bowel incontinence which I am seeing a proctologist for. Hopefully, that will improve and also the UTI’s. I hope you are able to regain your strength soon and enjoy good health.

  6. I know someone who has chronic uti
    She is on a continual antibiotic. When she stops taking it, it comes back immediately.

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