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Saturday, 1 July 2017

Don't Miss This Story!! Check in To Read touching story of a woman who cannot remember being married after suffering an unexplained seizure (Photos)

Sally and Neil are pictured on a boat they own; Sally cannot remember most of the trips the couple have been on

Sally Hobson, 39, of Claygate, Surrey, has spoken candidly about the moment her memory was wiped clean, so she didn't know her own husband or remember being married. She suffered an unexplained seizure in January 2014, plunging her into a coma for six weeks. When she woke-up, it was as if she had been reprogrammed – and couldn't remember the past five years.

Details beyond this were also vague, so she didn't know her husband.
Now, diagnosed with epilepsy, every time she has a seizure - which can be seven times a month - her memory is partially deleted.
Sally Hobson, of Claygate, Surrey, suffered an unexplained seizure in January 2014, plunging her into a coma for six weeks. She couldn't remember her husband or wedding and struggles to remember details of her day 
 This condition is so unfair,' said Sally, in her first ever interview. 'I suffer severely, both long and short memory loss after seizures. This condition seems to worsen with every seizure. Each episode taking away a little more of my life. I don't remember my own wedding day, birthday parties I've had, any hobbies I have'.
With the help of friends, family and particularly her devoted husband, Neil, she has started piecing the jigsaw of her life back together.
But it has been devastating for Sally who, before her first seizure, was a retail manager.
Married to Neil in April 2012 in Surbiton, who she met through a friend in May 2008, they were trying for a baby.
Speaking about the unexpected seizures she experiences, she said: 'Each episode taking away a little more of my life. I don't remember my own wedding day, birthday parties I've had, any hobbies I have' (Sally and Neil are pictured on their wedding day in April 2012)

Sally can still remember how to brush her teeth, put the bins out, dress and eat, but huge life events, like her wedding, have been wiped from her mind.
She doesn't know her birthday, wedding day or other significant details from her past.
She also forgets names and events shortly after they happen.
'I won't remember if a friend has invited me round for dinner next week,' she said. 'It's pointless reading a book, if you forget the first paragraph before reaching the second chapter. The past is just a blur, almost a vague dream.'
Sally's memory loss has left her feeling like she has been robbed.
'Three years after leaving hospital, I might open a cupboard and something at the back will catch my eye - possibly a yoga mat,' she continued. 'Then my husband will tell me how I started classes weeks before I was ill...when I can't recall having any interest in it. '

 Sally and Neil at one of her university friend's weddings, in 2008, not long after the couple met. Sally says she has no memory of the hen do or this wedding

Sally, with her parents, mother Pat and father Mick, at the Tower of London, in 2014, can still remember how to brush her teeth, put the bins out, dress and eat, but huge life events, like her wedding, have been wiped from her mind

Source: Dailymail 







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