British actress Emilia Clarke, known for the role of Daenerys Targaryen in the Game of Thrones series, said she suffered an almost fatal cerebral aneurysm at the age of 24 and was operated several times on the brain. “The Dragon’s Mum” in Game of Thrones said the problems arose after filming for the first season of production.
Emilia Clarke, now 32, said she was in a gym and felt a very high headache, then fainted and was taken to the hospital. The actress was brainwashed and spent a few days in intensive care, then began to regain her ability to speak. The actress explained, in an interview with The New Yorker, what diagnosis she received from doctors.
“The diagnosis was quick and unwise: subarachnoid hemorrhage, a potentially fatal vascular attack caused by bleeding in the space surrounding the brain.” I had an aneurysm, an artery rupture, “Clarke said. She added that one-third of patients who undergo such a health problem die immediately or shortly after suffering these disorders. The medical recovery took place a few weeks before filming for the second season of the famous series. She spoke to the producers about the serious health problems, but she decided to keep the news to the fans.
Clarke has had secondary symptoms, such as fatigue, during the next two seasons of the Game of Thrones, and during appearances for shows on Broadway, New York. The actress went through a surgery in 2013, which failed and caused him almost fatal cerebral hemorrhage. She was subjected to a third surgical operation, during which a titanium plate was implanted and left a huge scar. Later, the actress recovered completely. Emily Clarke is a British actress known for her role as “Game of Thrones,” as well as appearances in “Terminator Genisys,” “Me Before You,” and “Solo: A Star Wars Story / Solo: The Star Wars Story “.