One in three people don't know the signs of sepsis – are you one of them?
"It was my third baby, and I wouldn’t have changed that birth for the world."
The mum is now speaking out to warn others of the dangers.
Warning signs can include a temperature, difficulty breathing and being lethargic.
Sepsis is dubbed "the silent killer" – without quick treatment it can lead to multiple organ failure and death.
“We now know the magnitude of this long-term risk of death in sepsis survivors."
Existing tests can take up to 72 hours to process.
A total of 400,000 people used the Action Line service in 2018.
Hospital given red warning of elevated infection risk after outbreak of superbug
'I thought we were losing him.'