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According to Letizia Marsili, she started noticing that she had a low pain threshold in childhood, and her colleagues even called her “superwoman.” There were several cases in their family of someone breaking a bone and not even realizing it. This even happened to her elderly mother.
Letizia herself once sprained her ankle during a winter vacation, and she walked without any problems with a swollen leg for the remaining 2 weeks of the trip.Her son Bernardo once fell off a bicycle, and he broke his arm but did not even notice it. The trauma was discovered when the bone had already started to grow back together. Letizia’s sister, Maria, has burned herself with hot drinks several times and not even noticed, and Virginia somehow got her hand frostbitten and found out about it much later.
“We do actually feel pain, but it only lasts a few seconds,” the woman says.
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