Woman Falls in Coma Each Time She Says "I Love You"

It's a pitiful illness:

Ever since her first grandchild Megan was born, Mrs Richmond has had to remain emotionally reserved.

She said: 'I want to just sweep her up into my arms and say I love you. But I am afraid it could be dangerous for both of us.

It could trigger an episode and I could collapse on the floor, injuring Megan and myself. 'It is quite bizarre to think I can't tell my family I love them without falling over.'

Mrs Richmond, from Pitsmoor, Sheffield, has suffered from sleeprelated illnesses cataplexy and narcolepsy since her late teens but was diagnosed only in her 30s.


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It's the emotional companion to the speech.

Most of the woman can say whatever without any other emotion inside so I think there'll be no problem at all ^g^
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