Post-Sepsis Syndrome

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Has anyone had sepsis and were not diagnosed after having viral infections? 

And then faced with post-sepsis syndrome symptoms that involved excessive fatigue, 

insomnia, muscle weakness, poor mobility, joint and muscle pain, skin purpura or blood coagulation, hair loss, dry flaky skin and nails, blurry vision, feeling cold, and easily getting flu or other infections, bloating and mild diarrhea with bile acid malabsorption and small intestine bowel overgrowth (SIBO). How was the diagnosis done?

What were the treatment you took and any surgeries? Any information would be useful.

Thanks in advance.

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    Hi Rocky 

    A lot of your symptoms sound similar to a lot of other issues people including myself are suffering and sepsis comes up a lot when I do research my issues!!! Anyway it's 4.44 am here and I'm getting tired but have done some research for past 1 1/2 hours after reading your post!!!

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    Dr Steven Grundy

    He is/was a Cardiologist

    But then Quit his Job to do

    His Own Research and

    Now Owns

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    Extremly Interesting and Informative Insight

    About SEPSISrolleyes))) 

    Plz get Back to me Via inbox Message if you Can ATM 

    Ive been looking for the MISSING///COMMON LINK 




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