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 How long does Sepsis take to go into effect, after infection? View Question: www.lookfordiagnosis.com

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I had a ingrown toenail infection, and I was wondering how I would know if I had sepsis. The infection is getting better, but I was curious anyway. I had sepsis before, and I'm not displaying any of the symptoms of my previous sepsis infection.----------from a local infection site like that you would notice lots of painful localised swelling, redness and itching etc, it would probably start to spr...
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