Hi, there! What did the doctor tell you other than the news that you got sepsis? Generally, it is a serious, life-threatening infection that gets worse very quickly and requires immediate medical help. I would be surprised if the doctor didn’t provide any treatment options. Septicemia (aka. sepsis/blood poisoning) is bacteria in the blood that often occurs with severe infections. You may get it due to urinary tract infections, lung infections, kidney infections or infections in the abdominal area. If left untreated, you may develop a great number of serious complications such as septic shock, acute respiratory distress syndrome, etc. I don’t know if your septicemia has started to affect your organs or tissue function. But you really need to consult the doctor who gave you the diagnosis about the treatment part. Seriously, you need to be hospitalized to receive proper treatment. But don’t be afraid. In most cases, septicemia is treated with antibiotics, IV fluids and other medications. Sometimes, you may need to get oxygen through a mask or ventilator if you have problem with breathing. Anyway, you really need to be treated ASAP!