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Fear of death in Game of ThronesStar Emilia Clarke has survived two serious brain surgeries

"Game of Thrones"Star Emilia Clarke has survived in the beginning years of the hit series, two nearly fatal changes in the blood vessels in your brain. "At a certain point I what was happening: My brain was damaged knew," wrote the 32-Year-old in an Essay with the title "A fight for my life", which was published on Thursday in the magazine "The New Yorker".

the British actress announced, entered the first aneurysm - a bulge in blood vessels - in February 2011, shortly after the end of the shooting for the first production season. Was diagnosed with a so-called subarachnoid hemorrhage - a type of stroke caused by bleeding in the areas of the brain. Around a third of those Affected die from it.

Clarke was at that time 24. Although surgery prevented the worst, but she was then in severe pain, and aphasia - a language disorder. I can't even remember your own name, wrote Clarke in "the New Yorker". "In the worst stages, I wanted to pull the plug, I asked the Doctors to let me die," wrote the actress. "My Job - my whole dream of how my life should be turned to language, to communication. Without it, I was lost.“

Emilia Clarke feared permanent damage

, While Emilia Clarke was able to leave the hospital after a month, but the Doctors discovered a second aneurysm that threatened to burst at any Moment. Between Interviews, she had taken morphine. The second aneurysm eventually had to be removed because of complications, another month in the hospital followed.

you have at the end of stay to be feared damage. "Concentration? Memory? Vision? Today, I will say that mine came only with the good taste for men lost,“ joked Clarke in her essay.

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Today, you "is about the most unlikely of hopes, cured." You have helped to create a Foundation for similar Affected. "I'm so happy to be here and to see the end of the story," she said with a view on the last season of "Game of Thrones". (AFP, dpa)

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