"An Australian woman says that a horrendous migraine left her speaking with a thick Irish accent. Kate Baggs, 30, an embroidery artist from Melbourne, Australia suffers from a particular type of extreme migraine, called hemiplegic migraines that causes her symptoms similar to the ones caused by a stroke, such as paralysis on the left side, inability to talk or walk - as well as the foreign accent syndrome. Kate had the first episode in 2015, where she had to learn how to talk again after a brutal migraine - but her accent turned Canadian. It eventually went back to her normal Australian accent until three weeks ago, when it suddenly turned Irish while she was on holiday with her godparents. "
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