“We will try to find the best solution for this problem,” she said.
A spokesperson for the NSW Department of Health and Social Services said there was no evidence to suggest the condition was causing major harm.
“We are aware of the concerns and are working to address their concerns,” she said.
The National Health Service confirmed there had been no reported cases of the condition in 2016.
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