Sharon Stone Opens Up About Brain Hemorrhage

January 20, 2012 |  by  |  Breaking News, Entertainment, Lifestyle
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The absolutely ageless actress of Hollywood didn’t always feel like People‘s Most Beautiful Woman. Sharon Stone is finally opening up about how she suffered a brain hemorrhage ten years ago.

Actress Sharon Stone opened up to AARP The Magazine of the brain hemorrhage that also left her with memory loss and numbness in her left leg. She said:

The side of my face was falling down. I thought, ‘I’ll never be pretty again. Who’s going to want to be around me?’

Stone elaborated on the painful experience. “My brain was pushed forward into my face. I’d lost 18 percent of my body mass,” Stone said. “I came out of the hospital with short- and long-term memory loss. My lower left leg was numb. I couldn’t hear out of my right ear. The side of my face was falling down. I thought, ‘I’ll never be pretty again. Who’s going to want to be around me?’”

At 53 years old, Stone says she is back on track. She has a handful of films in the works, including the star-studded Linda Lovelace biopic, Lovelace, which also stars Demi Moore and Amanda Seyfried.

The actress also revels in the everyday joys of motherhood, and she enjoys taking care of her three sons, Roan, Laird and Quinn.

I always thought I would adopt. Even when I was young, I used to look up how to adopt.

Her youngest child, Quinn, is currently in junior kindergarten, and she couldn’t stop gushing. “I’m loving raising my kid … He tells you everything that’s happening, so I call him Agent Quinn.”

Stone jokes, “‘Mom! Toots pooped in the yard!’ Thank you, Agent Quinn.”

Photo credit: Ryan Fu/WENN.com

 


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