To start off, I'm using the following CSV file:

As you can see, the first "row" spans 3 lines. It's ok if the new lines in the "effects" column are replaced by "***" or whatever, I just need to preserve them when they are displayed back out.

1, Stench, 3, "This PokÚmon's moves have approximately a 10% chance to make the target [flinch]{mechanic}.***This ability does not stack with a held [King's Rock]{item}.***Overworld: The wild encounter rate is halved while this PokÚmon is in the party.", Has a chance of making the opponent [flinch]{mechanic} when attacking.
Also, each new row will begin with an integer, followed by a comma. If not, then it is a continuing line of the previous "effects" column.

id is an int(3)
name is a varchar(20)
generation_id is an int(1)
effect is a text
short_effect is a text

I already know the generic code to import the data from a CSV into MySQL, but the multiline thing just completely throws me off. Not sure where to go from here. A script to combine the lines into rows would be even more helpful to me, if anyone knows of something.

PHP Code:
$handle fopen("$filename""r");
while ((
$data fgetcsv($handle1000",")) !== FALSE) {
$import="INSERT into info(spam,eggs) values('$data[0]','$data[1]')";
mysql_query($import) or die(mysql_error());