A mother-of-two had both her legs and her all her fingers amputated after contracting deadly blood poisoning that left her in a coma. Tracy Ralph, from Essex, was out for a run on Christmas Eve when she began to feel out of breath. When her condition declined, she was taken to hospital where doctors suspected pneumonia. Within 24 hours, doctors had placed the 35-year-old in an induced coma as they battled to save her life. She contracted blood poisoning – known medically as septicaemia – as a result of pneumonia, as well as blood clots, a bleed on the brain and complete organ failure. Scroll down to video Tracy Ralph, 35, was forced to have her lower legs and all her fingers amputated after pneumonia caused blood poisoning. She is pictured shortly after the operation in January Her husband Brad had to break the devastating news that doctors would have to amputate her legs and fingers, which had turned black. In a haze of medication, she even tried to escape from hospital as she tried to come to terms with her condition. Now, six months later, she walking again after members of the public – including celebrities Alan Carr, Robbie… Read full this story
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