A young woman who asked to 'die with dignity' spent four days waking up and screaming in agonising pain, while her heartbroken mother had to say her final goodbyes - seven times. Fiona, 31, asked for medication which would put her in a deep sleep as she passed away as a result of cancer, at The Margaret Centre at Whipps Cross Hospital in east London. Fiona's divorced mother and father Clive Strong, and her boyfriend, Alex Paxton, had to endure a week of watching her in pain before she finally died as the sedation medication did not keep her from waking. Her devastated mother Susan Strong is campaigning for euthanasia in Britain after the ordeal which finally ended for her daughter on May 1. Mrs Strong, 61, told The Mirror :'We must have said our goodbyes six or seven times until she finally passed away,' said Susan, who described Fiona's treatment as 'terminal sedation'. Susan Strong's agony as dying daughter, Fiona Strong, 31, woke up several times confused and in pain.
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At sixes and sevens: phrases with numbers. B1 [ I or T ] to cry or say something loudly and usually on a high note , especially because of strong emotions such as fear , excitement , or anger :. A spider landed on her pillow and she screamed. Through the smoke , the rescuers could hear people screaming for help. They screamed with laughter at her jokes. Ken screamed out a warning telling people to get out of the way.
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Pain can be hard for a child to describe. An older child may be able to describe how the pain feels or tell you whether the pain comes and goes. A toddler may complain of pain or tell you that he or she is not feeling well. But the signs of pain in an infant can sometimes be hard to recognize. A persistent cry in a newborn may be the first sign of a serious illness.