She's gone from an American English accent to speaking with an Irish, Australian and even a British accent, local U.S. media reports. "They send in the psychiatrist at hospital and make sure you're not a loon", Myers said.
According to experts, she's not insane and not faking it.
Michelle Myers, of the Grand Canyon State, was diagnosed with foreign accent syndrome (FAS).
When Myers speaks, "everybody only sees or hears Mary Poppins", she told ABC news affiliate KNXV.
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Doctors have diagnosed the woman, who has seven children, with Foreign Accent Syndrome (FAS). It is possible that this might have led to Myers's unusual change in accents. And though rare, cases of the speech disorder have since been documented around the world, according to the Center for Communication Disorders at the University of Texas at Dallas.
Myers told Fox News that doctors said her affliction was likely a side effect of a hemiplegic migraine, which produces symptoms that are similar to a stroke.
The rare condition usually accompanies a stroke, neurological damage, or underlying health issue. It's not clear if this has any connection with her accent change.
In 2016, Lisa Alamia, a Rosenberg woman started sounding British after waking up from jaw surgery. Talking with foreign accents have had notable effects on her well-being, as a crucial part of her identity goes through a frequent flux. Several other sufferers of Foreign Accent Syndrome have captured worldwide attention in recent years, such as 48-year-old Terri White from Yorkshire in Northern England. She's now trying to find treatment for the condition.
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As she watched a video of herself speaking normally with ABC, she stated that "I'm sad..."
She continued: "Sometimes, people can be quite hostile".
"I was Miss Black Austin Texas when I was younger, but I feel like I'm not that person anymore", she added.
Above all, she wants people to take her seriously saying: "Some people think it's physiological; others think it's psychological".
A USA woman woke up one morning with a British accent and has had it ever since due to a rare medical condition. "We just want to be taken seriously", she said.
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