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Everyone has heard the joke about someone dreaming about eating a giant marshmallow and waking up with a pillow was missing.
A woman in San Diego, Calif., however, the reality was far stranger. While she was having a nightmare about being chased, and she had her engagement and wedding ring. When she woke up, her finger-the ring was, and she realized that she had a problem.
Jenna Evans has shared her story, as well as X-ray images on Facebook. According to her, she was apparently having a dream, where she is taking of her ring in order to protect it. She also shared a photo of her X-rays on Facebook along with the caption, “Welp. I’ve really outdone myself this time. I just took my engagement and wedding ring. In my sleep at night. That’s right. How to do this? I don’t know. But the one I have now.”
In another post, she explained the situation in more detail, writing, “On Wednesday morning, I realized that my ring was not on my side, and had to wake up, Bob Howell, and tell him that I swallowed my engagement ring. I don’t think he believed me at once. We laughed really hard for about an hour-and-a-half, cried my mother, laughing until we were crying, googled other adults, swallow stakes, ” because kids do it all the time, but apparently it is not as common as in adults.’
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Evans and her fiancé went to a nearby urgent care, where she was x-rayed. Evans argues that when the doctors returned with the results, they were shocked. She said that the doctor showed her the X-rays, and, “yes, of course, my ring was right there in my stomach. They called in a gastroenterologist, and had decided that it would be best not to let nature take its course. (I thank God) Before I left, she gave the look of a sleep specialist as well.”
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This meant that she had to go to a different doctor and explain the situation. “At this moment in time, I could definitely feel it in my gut, it was really starting to hurt, and the nervous system. She decided to use an upper endoscopy, it is just the thing to do, and said, ” don’t worry, it’s not a big deal, but please sign this release form in the event that you die.'”
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According to Evans’ post, and for the doctors to be consulted on the ring-road just fine, but then went back to her fiance and not her. “It finally gave my ring back in the morning,” she wrote, “I have vowed not to take it again, and we are still married, and all of the world.”