In the five days before her death, the woman was seen twice in the crisis department, complaining that she was uncomfortable in her neck after eating bread with her porridge. She had gone through x-ray and laryngoscopy, which looked at him. The patient's medical history was then confirmed, which showed the state of mental illness, especially after being a widow.
It was then felt that a situation could be defined by the medical-medical community as a nerve defect in the throat due to the breakdown of the muscles. But the psychiatrists decided that he was healthy in mind. It was then assumed that the woman had suffered from a flu-like rhinopharyngitis, so had her been treated.
She was later found by her boyfriend on the bathroom floor. Medical scientists decided that toothpaste supported the nerves that controlled the brain, heart and lungs and stopped people.