STATEN ISLAND, New York – After a new life came out, a new mother spent weeks after struggling for her life, according to a New York Post report.
Krista Paris, a former Islander who now lives in Rockland, gave birth to her son Sal on Monday, June 3rd. Due to a mild fever, she suffered an emergency section, and mom and baby were healthy when she took him home two days later.
Three days later, 32-year-old Paris suffered from fever of 102 degrees. and abdominal pain.
"My lower abdomen was really red and hot. It felt like I was almost on fire," Paris told Jam Press. "My mom was helping me with a baby back then. that this is not normal. "
Knowing that something was wrong, Paris went to the doctor and was prescribed pain medication. It didn't help, as she was bedridden, unable to even walk or touch the area. After examining the area, she became aware of blisters filled with pus and immediately went to the emergency room.
After being removed from the pussy and examined, she found that she had necrotizing fasciitis, a malady food disease that moves at a high rate of speed. She had already eaten the tissue that held her gut, and if Parisius was left untreated, she might die.
Parise was kept in isolation for two weeks in a hospital, I cannot see my newborn son. [1
She explained that her lack of contact made her depressed. Her whole plan as a new mother had to change, and she couldn't even breastfeed because of the medication she was taking.
Although she is no longer hospitalized and rid of bacteria, Paris is still battling the consequences today.
Her wound is still open and recently contracted. Paris now has a nurse who comes twice a week to check on her, and she told Lent that her boyfriend even has to learn how to change clothes. the system is still recovering and will require a continuous hernia scan.
Due to continuing medical costs, Parise has launched a GoFundMe campaign. She explained that her accruals were $ 23,000, and the insurance willingly covered only $ 315. She is currently working on a dispute over her insurance.
On the other hand, now that she has lost her illness, she can walk and ride again. Most importantly, this new mom is now able to keep and communicate with baby Sal.