Louise Thompson fears shes suffering from dementia and is dreading life

Louise Thompson has opened up about her struggles following the traumatic birth of her first baby, where she almost died twice, leaving her with memory loss akin to "a weird form of dementia".

The former Made in Chelsea star was left with multiple health issues that she has been slow to recover from, including being re-admitted to hospital due to blood results that were "alarming".

In a post she shared to Instagram, Louise said she had been 'blocking everything out' and has suffered extreme memory loss to the point of completely having forgotten things from certain parts of her life.

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She wrote: "I’m at a weird stage now where I’m blocking everything out. Maybe I said that way back at the beginning? I can’t actually remember much because I’m still trying to protect myself from the pain. I don’t want to re-read.

"This condition feels very repetitive. Finally it DOES feel like everything happened a long time ago but it also feels like it happened to someone else and not me. I kind of feel like I’ve erased my entire past and started life as a totally new person.

"A sometimes sick person. People tell me how far I’ve come, but I can’t remember how far. I can remember a weird amount of things from my childhood… sensory things will remind me of the strangest memories from way back when I was 5-15, but then I’ve sort of erased everything between then and now."

"To put it bluntly I’m struggling to move on with ‘normal’ life. Every day I feel physically very unwell and every other day I seem to have an hour long period (sometimes longer) where I feel messed up in my brain – I don’t know what it is, but it feels like brain damage or a mini stroke. Maybe it’s a weird processing experience.

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Louise went on to explain the lengths she had gone to, to pinpoint what was going wrong, including using the process of elimination and tracking her lifestyle.

However, her condition has left her feeling like she "kind of dreads her life".

Despite the difficulties she is facing, she added that sharing her struggles has been helpful for her, and that she will continue to work on her recovery.


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