This is actually the third time Myers has gone to sleep because of a blinding headache only to wake with a foreign accent.
After a night in Mercy Medical Center, Redding, California, Michelle woke up and found that most of her cognitive function had returned - but she was speaking with an English accent.
At various points, Australian and Irish accents have inexplicably flowed from her mouth for about two weeks, then disappeared, Myers says.
According to experts, she's not insane and not faking it.
"I have been diagnosed with hemiplegic migraines - meaning my headaches are accompanied by temporary weakness on one side of the body and numbness", she told the United Kingdom outlet.
It turns out Meyers suffers from Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome (EDS), a disease that Ehlers-Danlos Support UK defines as "a group of thirteen individual genetic conditions, all of which affect the body's connective tissue".
Myers can't pronounce her children's names the same, has been mistaken for a nanny and asked if she has a green card, The Sun reports.
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Myers's situation is especially peculiar since her accent doesn't sound like a speech disruption-on the contrary, it comes across as quite refined.
According to the University of Dallas, FAS usually manifests itself through changes of intonation or rhythm in the manner of speaking, but sometimes it can sound like an accent taken from another language. Each time, the accent lasted about a week. She's now trying to find treatment for the condition.
On an unlucky day in 1941, at the height of World War II, a piece of shrapnel pierced the brain of a Norwegian woman known as Astrid L. The injury occurred during a raid in her German-occupied country, and when she regained consciousness, she spoke with the accent of the enemy.
"It was in May 2015 and I will never forget it", she said.
"I was Miss Black Austin Texas when I was younger, but I feel like I'm not that person anymore", she added.
"Some people think it's physiological; others think it's psychological".
Fewer than 100 people have been diagnosed with foreign accent syndrome in the past 100 years, according a Mayo Clinic Health Systems' neurologist. "People like me - we don't care which one it is", she explained. "We just really want to be taken seriously and if it is something that's going to hurt me, help me", declares Myers.