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I don’t know if that’s normal for her. I’ll put this on her tummy to make it cold. Then we can see if her blood pressure and pulse respond. One-hundred and nine over , pulse is . I’m going to note this. Let’s check. Let’s remeasure it. I think if I put it on your belly, your blood pressure would just spike. Is her heart beating fast? Sorry? Is it beating fast? Yes, it’s beating fast. But it’s not so unusual. It’s not good, right? Yes, it’s good, because it means she’s reacting a little bit to what we’re doing. Her pulse isn’t high all the time. I think it’s because I’m here. Is it a problem? No. Don’t be worried. And this is unchanged. So she was actually not reacting to this at all. She wasn’t affected by it. There you go. I want my sister to get well. I have these toy gods. I always wake up and talk to the toy gods. I wake up and say, “Please make my sister better so we can go to school together like before.” My children are used to living here. Sweden is a great country for them. I just want my children to survive here. We don’t have any good explanation why there are more children with this kind of reaction in Sweden compared to other countries. We know of similar cases in other countries, but not so many. So far we don’t have any good explanation about why that’s the case. Cultural factors that are perhaps exclusive to Sweden may be important in developing this condition. And one such factor may be the insecurity that these families are subjected to as they are going through the asylum process. There are very many under-researched areas pertaining to this condition. Last week they called us, identified themselves, and said that a decision had been made in our case. They said we’d been granted residency in Sweden. A few days later, we received a letter in the mail. In the mail. In the mail. Confirming that we really did get it. That we got it. Recovery comes mostly after the family feels secure. It doesn’t come immediately. Usually, it takes several months before you can see that it’s getting better. We read the decision to Dasha, told her everything was going to be good.