A 15-year-old girl whose family spent years trying to work out why she was suffering from severe pains says she now lives a normal life after doctors linked the issue to her mental health.
Jasmine was aged seven when she was injured while on a trampoline.
Initial pain in her knee spread to her legs and she started to eat less, but doctors could not determine the cause.
She was eventually diagnosed with a condition where physical symptoms occur in response to psychological distress.
Jasmine, who lives in Peterborough, had undergone various tests for three years before she was seen at a mental health centre in Cambridge, and diagnosed with somatoform disorder, or conversion disorder.
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