The Extraordinary Case of Alex Lewis (Full Documentary) | Real Stories

Alex Lewis, father of one, came down with a common cold in late 2013, which quickly developed into septicaemia and toxic shock syndrome. With less than a 3% chance of survival, doctors fought to save him. From arriving back at his family home and readjusting his relationships, to taking his first steps, this film delves into some of the raw moments that shape his days.

Starting just days after he lost his last limb, the film follows Alex’s incredible journey as he seeks his purpose in life, rebuilds his relationships and reinvents himself.

Alex Lewis Answers Your Questions (2021): https://youtu.be/4-O7EuZb224

For updates on Alex’s story please visit http://www.alex-lewis.co.uk/

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20 thoughts on “The Extraordinary Case of Alex Lewis (Full Documentary) | Real Stories

  1. I couldn’t hold back my tears… such strong father… sunch an amazing wife… bless this beautiful strong family 🥺💕😭❤️ I wish one day i could marry the right person for me…

  2. This is terribly sad & yet I don’t wish this man and his family strength & fortification to get thru each day and every challenge !

    Today I thought I had a tough day for my own reasons and yet watching this has put things in perspective. What a strong husband and family ! God bless him & his wife & child !

    Watching the rehab footage; his patience and resolve is so strong ! I’m so glad he is letting some of his feelings out! I just pray that there has been some relief and reprieve w the prosthetic limbs

    I want to be able to show my husband this level of love on good & bad days – their connection is inspiring to me

  3. Alex, go ahead and cry! It's ok. You need to let all those emotions out, so they don't build up to the point where you're completely tapped out.
    It's ok to grieve, you have suffered a major loss. If you let it out bit by bit, it won't grow inside to the point that it's unmanageable. You're amazing…I can't even describe the level of courage and strength you demonstrate. What an incredible person you are. Major best wishes, my prayers will include you. Lucy is a rock. Love to you and your family ♡♡♡♡♡

  4. Esse cara é exemplo de força, superação. Não desistiu da vida, mesmo a vida tendo se tornado um caos. O mais satisfatório foi vê seu filho o beijando no final. Era o que ele pedia pra ele após sua tragédia. Enfim ele teve😊

  5. This changed both of them forever, but they have each other. Sam will adjust. This must have been so incredibly hard for Alex and it's okay to cry and be angry and express your true feelings. ❤

  6. You know part of me knows the good news and the bad news. If I had to watch my loved one, my partner go through. That would be me having to tell him I am in love with you. I'm not going anywhere. I don't know if that's good news.Or bad news at the moment for you, my love.
    But i'm here to stay

  7. One day you're a normal person, with a normal life but all of a sudden you become a person with no arms and legs. That's heartbreaking, we must cherish our lives and don't complaint about silly things, as long as we're healthy, nothing else matters

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