By Charlie Bayliss For Mailonline. A student was left suicidal after doctors misdiagnosed her endometriosis and polycystic ovary syndrome PCOS as period pains for seven years. Lucy Grainger, 20, was only diagnosed with the condition just weeks after she tried to kill herself in December last year. The third year Lincoln University, from Yelvertoft, Northamptonshire, said she was told by paramedics she was 'delusional' and 'crazy' after collapsing in agony with stomach pains. She first started to experience pain when she was 13, and compared it to 'being stabbed in the pelvis with a knife, over and over again'. Ms Grainger changed GP, who then transferred her to a private hospital and gynaecologist, who confirmed she needed emergency surgery. She underwent a three-hour long laparoscopy operation in February and is now recovering at home.
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Jeanette Morrison was scrolling through her son Barry's inbox when she found reams of sexually explicit messages from what appeared to be a year-old girl. Jeanette didn't realise it at the time but Barry had responded to the request by sending the explicit images. The mum was aware that paedophiles pretend to be teenage girls as bait, and it was clear to her that her son had been lured into a trap. However she later made the chilling revelation that the girl was actually Barry's runaway father Ian.
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