My husband had invasive streptococcal shock syndrome last year which resulted with him having an 8 day stay in ICU and a further 4 weeks in hospital although that was mainly due to him having necrotising fasciitis which resulted in a big debridement on his right leg and then having to undergo a 12 hour operation where they took a flap from his left leg to reconstruct it.
Amazingly he is up and running and almost back to his normal self, although we have been referred to rheumatology as he has been left with an ongoing inflammation condition in his joints which they initially diagnosed post streptococcal reactive arthritis but as the condition has not eased up they are reviewing it.
Anyway I have been looking online as I do believe my husbands memory has been compromised as a result and I can't find anything to connect the two. Are you aware of memory loss being a condition of this awful illness.
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