Gauteng woman to have multiple amputations after pregnancy complications

Gauteng The lady GAVE BIRTH EARLIER THIS MONTH BUT DEVELOPED SEPSIS, WHICH LATER MORPHED INTO GANGRENE altogether HER FINGERS, HANDS, AND FEET

A 20-year old mother who developed complications during her pregnancy will undergo surgery at the Chris Hani Baragwanath Academic Hospital on Wednesday, where both her feet and her right will need to be amputated.

Actually, the girl had already lost her left arm.

It was earlier this month she gave birth but after which she developed sepsis, which later morphed into gangrene altogether her fingers, hands, and feet.

She has not had any visitors, either from families or friends and this is often thanks to the strict COVID-19 regulations.

She is now facing the problem of fending, caring and searching after her little baby alone.

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A surgical registrar who works within the hospital, named Dr Jo Carreira, said that the young mother would wish all the assistance she will get.

Carreira said:

“She getting to need some kind of rehab prosthesesand we don’t really have good prostheses here in government [hospitals]. It’s very difficult and briefly supply. i feel what’s likely to be the foremost important thing for her and perhaps for her baby, she can’t even hold her baby at the instant .”