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Intensive Care

Shakey

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A woman was in a coma for several months, and whilst washing her "down below" one day, nurses noticed a slight response.

They rushed to her husband and explained that a little oral sex might bring her round, to which he agreed.

A few minutes later her monitor flat lined, no pulse or heart rate, or breathing, the nurses rushed in " What happened?" they cried. "I'm not sure " said the husband "I think she may have choked".
 
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