Surrey resident Sophie Clayton lost her long-term memory after nosebleeds, according to British tabloid The Sun.
The incident occurred in November last year. Clayton was about to go to work when her nose began to bleed. Bleeding did not stop for almost 20 minutes. The girl’s mother called paramedics. Arriving doctors asked 26-year-old Clayton to name the date, but she could not do this. Also, the girl did not manage to remember her own name.
For ten days, the victim was in the hospital, where doctors diagnosed her with a “functional neurological disorder.” The girl did not recognize her father, mother and lover, forgot how to walk and comb her hair.
Currently, she moves in a wheelchair, and specialists from the rehabilitation center work with her. The girl does not lose hope for recovery and restoration of memory.