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The worst known pain in medicine is that a young mother reveals that she is DECAPITATED at any time


MUM-OF-ONE has released awesome images with agony, revealing that the worst pain in medicine is revealed.

Amanda McTaggart suffers Ehlers-Danlos syndrome, a rare disorder of genetic conjunctive tissue and trigeminal neuralgia, a serious facial outbreak, as described by the NHS as "electrical appliances that undergo jaw or gums".

    Amanda, with her son Ethan, is fighting for two conditions


Amanda, with her son Ethan, is fighting for two conditions

Now, due to the Ehlers-Danlos syndrome, it has craniozervisual and atlantoaxial instabilities and has internal dangers.

In the meantime, neurriginal attacks occur hundreds of times a day – it never describes it as one of the most painful conditions.

Amanda, in Mullaghbawn, in Northern Ireland, must take 36 tablets a day to deal with pain that is very hard and painful.

Amanda uses the wheelchair and the neck neck to stabilize the spine and neck, reducing the risk of internal decapitation.

    Every day she was told she was almost agonized


Every day she was told she was almost agonized

He said: "If the level of instability gets worse and it can not be managed only with the key collar and specialist fission, I will study major surgery abroad.

"This fusion of the back neck is performed only by two surgeons in the world, one in America and the second in Spain, only $ 10,000 in surgery."

Amanda also has many other conditions including a long list of allergic lifestyles.

Amanda has told her family and Ethan's four-year-old children "absolutely terrifying". Currently, GoFundMe has implemented an online appeal to cover medical fees and the specialized treatment needs.

Earlier, the NHS has said that financing with Ehlers-Danos is undergoing surgery, but it depends on the patient.

What are Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome?

The syndrome is a group of disorders, and there are 13 genetic conditions that fit into the EDS shelter.

Everything affects the connective tissue of the body, which is responsible for everything.

If you are EDS, your fabric becomes brittle and long.

This allows you to convert it to a double or hypermobile, as well as to cause other, much more serious problems.

Other symptoms may include:

  • long-term pain
  • chronic fatigue
  • dizziness
  • palpitations
  • digestive problems

Other signs may depend on the person and EDS, although in the same situation two people may have side effects.

Amanda said: "As a family, it was a great deal to face.

"My little boy left the pillar while I was in hospital or treatment.

"My parents live with me and my son full-time, and I do not know anything about his current mother's day, as a young mother.

"I've lost sight of his soccer, his swimming lessons and playing away all the time.

"Due to a list of conditions caused by EDS, my allergies are almost impossible to have visitors and basically go anywhere without anaphylactic reaction.

"At any time, including sunlight and water, I can develop a reaction."

The latest events for Amandar went to hospitals in the ambulance, on January 15 and February 20.

Amanda said: "The nursing team has seen that no one has been seen at this level for a long time, considering that it was a surgery room. Two weeks ago, they tested medication while not having a fatal reaction.

    They have been taken to the hospital for their illness


They have been taken to the hospital for their illness

"I am currently in 36 oral tablets, medicines used for certain cancer diseases and four syringes for liquid pain, which are constantly under constant strain when my condition is getting worse and I will soon tell them that my options for controlling my pain will be exhausted."

Amanda had a private scandal in London on Wednesday, 23 January, and the medical specialist confirmed the instability of atlantoaxial (internal decapitation) and craniocervial instability.

Now it's time to go back to London to take another urgent study and then to be able to see its specialists directly with a specialist in neurochemistry and physicist, this condition may be a neck with a wrong movement of the neck.

That family has been a great deal to face.

Amanda McTaggart

Unfortunately, one of these appointments is not funded by the NHS, but it is the total amount of travel and accommodation.

Amanda said: "We have been assisting with NHS wheelchairs and pedestrian aid.

"I'm sorry I feel that my poor family is watching and trying to stay in my room. In the future, I need long-term treatment from this group of London, doctors do not know enough in my situation.

Amanda through goFundMe is an attractive financing to get surgery.

What is trigeminal neuralgia?

According to the NHS, trigeminal neuralgia is sudden, facial pain is severe.

The NHS said: "The shoot is frequently described as pain or is described as a mass in the jaw, teeth, or gums.

"Attacks on the secondary side usually occur within a few seconds or two minutes. Attacks start suddenly.

Approximately 10,000 people are affected by around 10 and their cause is unknown.

The NHS added: "It can improve pain or even disappear completely at one and several months at the same time (forgiveness), even if these times are shorter."

Meanwhile, two twin children split together for four years and now they live with their own inspiring story.

And a mother has told her a great story about her heart in tragic circumstances.

Antonia Payne-Cheney reveals what she's doing with Ehlers-Danlos syndrome

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