In this June 14, 2017, file photo, actor Lisa Marie Cara, who has battled a series of health issues, is shown at her home in New York.

Cara has been battling a series in which she has been hospitalized for days at a time.

(AP Photo/John Minchillo)In this June 15, 2017 photo, Lisa Maria Cara (L) sits in her home with her daughter, Alaina Marie (R), in New Jersey.

The couple, who were married in 2014, are still trying to get back together.

(Andrew Burton/Getty Images)In 2016, Liza Minchikis (L), Lisa’s mother, is seen at her residence in New Brunswick, N.J. The actress has been struggling with her health since March.

(Photo by John Minchill/AP)In the summer of 2015, Lizzie Borden, LISA’s mother-in-law, walks down a street in New Hampshire with her family.

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(ABC News)Lisa Marie Cascio (Liza) (Photo credit: John Minc/ABC via Getty Images)”I feel like the worst part is, I feel like I’m in a coma,” Liza Marie Caro told The Associated Press in May.

“I’ve been in and out of the hospital for almost six weeks, and I’ve been on ventilators for six weeks.

I’m on a ventilator.”

In March, the couple’s mother posted on social media that Liza was “not responding to normal human functions.”

Liza Marie Cascaros has said she was at her doctor’s office when Liza fell ill.

She said she received a CT scan that showed her brain was bleeding and was being treated with an experimental drug, Zoloft, a drug that was approved in April to treat severe depression.

(Getty Images/iStockphoto)In April, Livia Caro posted a Facebook message on her page saying she was hospitalized in hospital and “not doing well.”LISA MELANIA CARA SAYS SHE’S ‘GOING TO BED’ ON HER OWN IN NEW YORK CITY: LISA MARIE CARA HAS BEEN SHUTTING DOWN A PASSAGE FOR YEARS: “It’s been a rollercoaster,” she said of her personal life and mental health.

“The first time, it was not a great experience, but now I have it going.”

Cara’s mother says her daughter has been “unable to sleep for months” and was not “a very good sleep person.”

Livia Cara and Liza Caro are pictured in June, 2017 in New Orleans, Louisiana.

Caro, the daughter of actress and writer Liza Marchese, has been in hospital for months after she contracted a rare bacterial infection.

(Brett Ratcliffe/Getty)LISA MARIA CARO SAYS ‘I DON’T WANT TO GO TO THE BED ON MY OWN’: LISA MEGANIA CASCIO HAS BEED ‘LASTLY IN BED’: “She was getting a lot of treatment for a lot, so that was kind of the last thing that was working,” Livia Casci said in an interview with ABC News.

“She’s going to bed on her own, but I’m going to go to bed with her.”