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    Toxic Shock Syndrome Treatment

    Call 911 if:

    • The person shows signs of shock.

    • The person shows signs of shock.

    See Shock Treatment.

    1. Seek Medical Help Immediately

    Go to a hospital emergency room or see a doctor for these symptoms, especially if the person has been using tampons, a diaphragm, or contraceptive sponge or has a skin wound or infection:

    2. Follow Up

    • The doctor will do an exam and blood tests.

    WebMD Medical Reference

    Reviewed by Nivin Todd, MD on November 25, 2015

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