According to 41-year-old pam Roberts, of Maidstone, Kent (England), her condition seems to daily brutal torture. A rare anomaly allows a woman to hear clearly each rotation her eyes, the movement of blood flow, heartbeat and every breath.
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The anomaly caused a fall and severe blow to the head. Then in the left ear canal pam has any small holes. According to doctors, pam Roberts is currently one of only about a hundred people around the world with a similar anomaly.
She also hears how her food is digested inside the moving muscles and bones. In General, every act of its body echoes in her head. Exhausted this state, pam says that he became a shadow of itself former and is forced to lead a solitary life, despite husband and three children.
Formally diagnosed as pam sounds like Superior Semicircular Canal Dehiscence (SSCD). She had surgery to close the apertures in the bone, but she was unsuccessful. Now pam is trying to collect money for the operation in the United States. “My way of life and thinking that the state had a very strong influence. I just stopped being happy, I hear these sounds all the time. It’s like a horrible form of torture. Want to escape from it all. I’m always trying to shrink and go in the form of an embryo in an attempt to escape”. In addition to the constant sounds of the body, pam was every day very sick and dizzy.
This syndrome is extremely rare and most often occurs when there is thinning of the bone in the inner ear canal. This causes imbalance of sound reception and special sensitivity.
“Sometimes I hear these loud sounds of their innards, what do you think, is the sound from the side and turn around at him. But then you realize. what is inside of me and no other people can not hear it,” she says.
Pam especially annoying sounds from the stomach “Is a constant gurgling and the sound of the current of liquids”. And my breath it compares with the sound of breathing of the helmet of Darth Vader.
“His heartbeat I hear so loud and clear like a baby’s heartbeat in the womb on the ultrasound monitor,” she says.
It all began in June of 2015, when pam slipped and fell in her bathroom, hitting his head. Shortly thereafter she began to receive anxiety because of the possibility to hear the extra sounds. And in may 2016, she already was diagnosed with SSCD.
Recall that the SSCD was first described in the medical literature in 1998. It was considered that it occurs only in elderly people and for an unknown reason. Since there were only about 600 patients with this diagnosis.