An infected kidney stone rapidly progressed to sepsis and nearly took Cindy Mullins life late last year. The mother of two was sedated for days in a Kentucky hospital while doctors worked to save her.
When she woke up, her legs were gone from the knees down – and doctors explained that in order to save her life, her arms would require partial amputation as well.
“I’m just so happy to be alive,” she shares. “I get to see my kids. I get to see my family. I get to have my time with my husband. Those are minor things at this point.”
A mom-of-two woke up at a Kentucky hospital with both legs amputated – and learned she’d soon lose her arms too – in a “perfect storm” that began with a kidney stone, according to a new report. …