Cameron diagnosed with severe heart-in-mouth syndrome on day of Scottish referendum

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The Prime Minister David Cameron is under medical supervision after doctors confirmed he was suffering from a severe form of heart-in-mouth syndrome on the day of the Scottish referendum.

Symptoms of heart-in-mouth syndrome include:

  • cold sweats
  • rapid breathing
  • outbreaks of goose bumps
  • clammy palms
  • pounding heart
  • eyes wide open
  • flared nostrils
  • furrowed eyebrows
  • hair standing on end
  • chills down spine
  • loose bowels

Mr Cameron’s health scare comes just days after medical experts revealed many members of the Conservative Party are suffering from a particularly nasty and chronic strain of foot-in-mouth virus which is resistant to any known form of treatment.

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