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This Woman From Cardiff Has Been Trapped In Her Bed For More Than Ten Years

Friday 27 April 2018

 

From Welsh news outlet Wales Online:

 

Carol Davis
Carol Davis is bedbound due to her condition ME.
(Image: Rob Browne/WalesOnline)
 

This woman from Cardiff has been trapped in her bed for more than ten years

Carol Davis claims the condition ME has destroyed her life

By Mark Smith, Health Correspondent
25 April 2018
© 2018 Media Wales Ltd

A mother has been left bedbound for more than 10 years by ME so severe at times she is not even able to talk.

Former nursery manager Carol Davis used to be an active person who loved travelling, shopping, and going to parties.

But that all changed when she was struck down with myalgic encephalomyelitis, more commonly known as ME, which she claims has left her unable to leave her house.

The 54-year-old said the fatigue caused by her condition was sometimes so severe that she cannot talk, walk, and needs to use a commode.

 

 

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