The story of the journalist Claire Muffett-Reece, 43, reminds us that it is important to go to the doctor when we feel bad, because assuming that she had a simple flu, the woman ended up in a coma in a hospital.
The results of his studies revealed that he suffered from encephalitis, a deadly inflammation of the brain that left him with memory loss as a side effect, 20 years of memories of his life were forgotten.
According to information from The Sun, Claire says that her life was good before she got sick, as she lived with her family in Braintree, Essex, England, was married to businessman Scott and had two children, Jack and Max. In addition, she worked interviewing celebrities as a magazine editor.
Things took a drastic turn on Father’s Day 2021. According to Scott, Max caught a cold and I went to bed early. The next morning, he tried to wake me up, but I wouldn’t move. I was taken by ambulance to Broomfield Hospital, Chelmsford, where I was rendered unconscious by convulsions and put on a ventilator.
As the seizures continued, the woman had to be transferred to the Royal London Hospital for more specialized care. After various studies, neurologists confirmed that Claire’s brain was inflamed by encephalitis, so they alerted her family to prepare for the worst.
Fortunately, a cocktail of medications brought the seizures under control and I was taken off life support after 16 nights. Apparently one of the first things I said was, ‘How are the cats?’ Only to be told that they had been put to sleep (one of them years ago and the other a week before she got sick). From then on it became clear that around 20 years worth of memories had faded.
Among all the bad things, Claire managed to recognize her entire family, but she had forgotten such important details as her wedding day, the delivery of her two children, and the relatives who had died in that time, which made her relive the pain. for your loss. As for the events that happened in the world, she also did not remember anything, neither the covid-19 or the attack of September 11. Her recovery was slow, but she remains optimistic, as she, fortunately, did not forget how to do her job well.
As for my lost memories, there is still a small chance that they can return, but if not, I will have to create many happy new ones.