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It is very common for people to talk to their loved ones when they are in a coma.
She can sometimes find it difficult to get the right word out, but without knowing her you may not know she is having a problem.
I offer help but we are told that she should know how she feels.
Depending on how deep the coma is, your mum may be able to hear what you are saying to her.
You may also wish to read to her or play music if that is something that she likes.