Emilia Clarke after brain surgery: It's a miracle I've been able to get on with my life

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Emilia Clarke says she had "the most excruciating pain" after suffering two brain aneurysms, but is grateful for both her recovery and for working on "Game of Thrones" at the time.

Emilia Clarke, who had surgery due to brain aneurysms, told what she experienced after the surgery by saying, "There are areas of my brain that can no longer be used, and this makes me laugh a lot."

Emilia Clarke, best known for her role as Khaleesi in Game of Thrones, underwent brain surgery. Sharing her post-surgery situation, Clarke said, "There are areas of my brain that can no longer be used, and it makes me laugh a lot."

Explaining what he experienced after his brain aneurysm, Clarke said that it was a 'miracle' that he could still talk and continue his life completely normal after his health problem.

'It makes me laugh a lot'

According to the news in Yahoo News, the guest of BBC1's Sunday Morning program said, "I am really, really, really a very small minority who can get away with this. You gain a lot of perspective in the process. There are areas of my brain that are no longer usable, and it makes me laugh a lot. " said.

He lost his memory

Stating that he could not remember his own name for a while after the aneurysms he suffered, Clarke said, "I always had a good memory. This is my most important skill as an actor. During this process, I constantly tested it and I was very afraid of losing."

The 35-year-old actress announced she had survived two brain aneurysms in 2011 and 2013.


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