A mother who suffers from the worst pain in medicine can cut it at any time.
More than a third of victims cause this damage to survive when the spine changes and the base of the cramps is separated.
Amanda McTaggart means that she has to have a key to her neck and should be involved in a wheelchair and is currently undergoing surgery, which is worth £ 10,000.
There are two world doctors in the world who have been able to carry out a complex procedure, one in Spain and America.
Ehlers-Danlos syndrome (EDS), due to one's mother's condition, results in rare genetic connective tissue disorders, but also undergoes a neuro-trigeminal, that is, the NHS describes a serious face disorder. jaw teeth or gums, "according to the Sun.
Drunkenness can occur hundreds of times a day as the worst-case pain in medicine.
Attacks can take a few seconds or two minutes and suddenly come.
The cause of this situation is unknown and has around 1,000 people, and several months have elapsed without being attacked, before returning without warning.
In Mullaghbawn, Northern Ireland, Amanda is about to get rid of grief, 36 tablets a day, and four shots, and soon she'll get rid of medication options.
While the NHS finances EDS treatments, in each case cases, and Amanda does not pay any of the other controls.
The wheelchair and the neck are left to use the key to reduce internal decapitation options, known as the instability of atlantoaxial medication, because it can occur with any wrong movement.
Those who suffer from syndromes suffer from fragile and long-term tissues, which can be hipermobile or double, but also cause long-term pain, chronic fatigue, dizziness and palpitations.
He said: "With that family it was a great deal to face.
"My little boy – Ethan, four years old – was thrown in columns in the hospital or treatment post.
"I missed his soccer as much as his swimming lesson and playing away."
GoFundMe appeal has begun to help cover medical fees.
Its conditions mean that it has a long list of allergies and can cause a reaction at any time, including sunlight or water.
The last hospital staff told me they did not see so much pain.
Despite the help of the NHS, it is not only for wheelchair and pedestrian assistance, but also for traveling to London, or for supposedly specialist appointments, and a huge £ 10,000 operation.
However, over the last week more than 100 donations have been flooded and have so far raised £ 3,615, £ 1,000 more than £ 5,000 for the purpose shy.