Transient Global Amnesia Mother Forgets Her Son

Transient Global Amnesia Mother Forgets Her Son

Anshan : China | Jul 29, 2011 at 10:07 AM PDT
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While sharing a dramatic experienceabout transient global amnesia, a form of acute memory loss brought on by stress, Naomi, 35, who suffered the disease, notified how she went to bed as a mum aged 32 and woke with a mindset making her feel still 15.

"My best friend and sister had to take over all communication for me. I had no idea how to work my mobile phone and had no concept of email”, sheadded. "For the first few months, I was desperately trying to make sense of who I was. At night I'd lie awake and cry, longing to be back at school, when all I had to worry about was the boys I had crushes on and getting caught drinking in the park”.

Further, she claimed that she was unable to recall anything after 1992, not even her son, and acquired a past idea that she was still in school and her mirrorimage had freighted her when it reflected an image of mature women with wrinklesstaring back.

Naomi, a resident of Manchester accompanied by her 11-year-old son Leo, also notified that during illness she recalled John Major as Prime Minister.

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