It seems that there is finally some respite for the South Carolina woman, who suffered from flesh-eating bacteria. It was after she gave birth to her twins some two months ago that Lana Kuykendall was identified with the disease.
But now, doctors have claimed that she is expected to get discharge by Tuesday. It was indeed a difficult time for the lady who had gone through a lot after she was diagnosed with the disease.
"That meant three hours of therapy a day at the minimum. I initially thought she would be with us for four to six weeks and she's leaving on day 26 (Tuesday). It took a lot of blood, sweat and tears - literally", said Dr. Kevin Kopera, medical director for Roger C. Peace Rehabilitation Hospital, while confirming that Lana Kuykendall was keen to go through rigorous rehabilitation approach.
Though the lady is all set to go back to her babies, she had certainly gone through a lot. Recalling the time when she spotted the sign of the disease which somewhat looked like a bruise on her leg, she claimed that she immediately went to the hospital. It was perhaps from her experience as a nurse and paramedic that she could comprehend something serious with her.
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