Jade Harle, 32, from Gillingham, UK, takes its course in the summer of 2018: a paramedic from RNLI rescues a boy from drowning. During use, the nut is subjected to scratching. Nothing wild at first glance. However, to be on the safe side, I went to the hospital and had a tetanus shot and some antibiotics.
But suddenly the small infection turned into an infection with black sores and open wounds that kept spreading. Meanwhile, Harley is in constant pain.
There is no end in sight and it is difficult to live with it. I just want this to end,” she said toMirror». That’s why she’s now trying to fundraise so she can have her arm surgically removed.
“I thought I could try to fight it.”
After many investigations, it was now clear why she was suffering. Doctors diagnosed Harley with pyoderma gangrenosum, a rare immune disorder. This ensures that your body regularly develops painful sores.
Since the injury four years ago, Harley has had to be hospitalized eight times for septicemia – each time fighting for her life. Doctors were already considering amputating his arm. But the British wanted to fight. “I thought I could try to fight it, I didn’t want to lose my arm.”
To close the wound, doctors tried skin grafts from her body as well as from the cadavers, but to no avail.
“I just want it to be over.”
Harley has since changed her mind. Now she really wants to get rid of her arm because she lives in constant pain. Only: the arm simply cannot be amputated. As long as she suffers from sepsis, doctors cannot remove her arm. Without an amputation, she is at risk of developing another infection. vicious circle. So there is only a short time period suitable for the operation. There is no end in sight and it is difficult to live with it. I just want it to be over.”
A British woman collects donations for an amputation on crowdfunding platform gofundme.com. I wrote a call for donations that should now be done very quickly. In addition to the amputation, she would also like to have a prosthetic arm with flexible fingers so she can continue to play her beloved flute.
She also wants to take a drastic step because of her son. Because Harley has spent eight of the past 12 months in the hospital. During this time, she would rarely see her son – only for a few minutes at each visit. (bra)
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