Australian underwent minor surgery, woke up and began speaking with an Irish accent
Australian J. McCain recently underwent minor tonsil surgery, but faced unexpected side effects after the surgery. J began speaking with an Irish accent after the surgery, although she had never been to Ireland.
Few of these cases have been known in the last more than 110 years.
“Day 2: I woke up with an Irish accent the day before and thought I would wake up from this strange dream. But no, my Australian accent has disappeared”
His doctors say he suffers from foreign dialect syndrome, which can occur in some brain injuries, but a few hundred of these cases have been known since the syndrome was recognized in 1907.
At first, Gie was still hoping that the unpleasant side effects would go away, as she stepped in the next day, she seemed to regain her original Australian accent, but after 5-10 minutes, her pronunciation began to deteriorate and she finally spoke Irish accents again. Gee is now preparing to meet with a neurologist to see what can be done, but it is very difficult to find a suitable specialist or someone willing to deal with it at all, but it looks like they may be able to treat her oddly enough problem soon.
He claims his condition is not getting better, but it is getting worse while he has never visited Ireland.However, the good news is that your ailment can be cured with speech therapy, and of course, with a lot of awareness. Gee sends a message to those who think she’s just pretending to be the whole thing, because that would mean that she might be spending her vacation even on medical bills, because this nightmare will be over for her.