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The New York-based woman has claimed that she almost died during her C-section incision became infected, and only a few days after the birth. Krista Lof, 32, told the JamPress, she gave birth to her first son in June, and the next day after discharge, was developed a fever.
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She said that in the next few days, her fever spiked to 102 degrees F, and her stomach began to turn red and get hot.
The praise and said that they have, for the first time, a fever, a day after being discharged from the hospital, and in a couple of days later and felt the blisters forming.
“It was more so in my lower abdomen and it was really red and hot,” with Praise, telling me JamPress that she called her gynecologist to schedule a follow-up appointment, it said.
“I felt like I was on fire in the dark. My mom had a C-section before, and she knew that this was not normal,” she explained.
The praise and said that when she was getting her cut, she felt the blisters on her stomach, so she was in a state of panic. She said that when she was rushed to the doctor’s office and when they are offered for the removal of the leaves, and she knew that she needed to go to the hospital.
“There was a lot of pus and dead flesh to come out of me,” in the Praise, told the news outlet. “I was in shock.”
She told me that she had emergency surgery and spent two weeks in the hospital while fighting off the infection.
The Post-C-section infections are most commonly caused by a bacterial infection at the incision site. The most common symptoms are fever, a wound, sensitivity, redness, and swelling at the site, the push will be released from the incision site, painful urination, foul-smelling discharge, bleeding, with large clots, leg pain or swelling and severe lower abdominal pain, according to the HealthLine.com.
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Risk factors for infection include obesity, diabetes or an immunosuppressive disorder, chorioamnionitis, and long-term use of steroids, previous C-section delivery, poor prenatal care, lack of warnings, such as antibiotics, have a long labor or surgery, excessive blood loss during labor and delivery.
Your praise, is pictured with her son, said she had waited a day longer before seeking medical help, she died.
Praise be told JamPress that she was diagnosed with necrotizing fasciitis, also known as ” flesh-eating bacteria underwent a life-saving operation to stop the spread. They said that they have, for the past two weeks, fighting for her life, and that they will not be able to see her son.
“I was just so sad,” she said of her time away from her child. “The first time you have ever had a baby, it’s supposed to be this really happy, exciting time for me, then all of a sudden, everything’s in order in a way that is sad and scary.”
The woman reveals that she has not yet fully recovered from the ordeal, but she still has to heal, and was happy to be reunited with her baby.
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Of praise, said of her ordeal should serve as a message to other new moms-to-speak, and if they are ill or need help.
“I Had waited a day I could have died, and the food was, in my mind,” she said JamPress.