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Woman who lost her memory cries every time she’s told husband left her

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Woman who lost her memory cries every time she’s told husband left her
Veronika Mescheryakova, 29, cries as she is told her husband has left her (Picture: CEN/Mash)

A woman who lost her memory cries every day when she is told her husband divorced her after she fell ill.

Veronika Mescheryakova’s short-term memory loss means she does not remember her husband walking out on her in November last year.

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She has to be told every day that he will not be coming home from work.

The 29-year-old suffers from a degenerative disease called porphyria, which can leave people with severe pain, breathing problems and memory loss.

A few years ago, surgeons tried to stop the onset of the disease, but it didn’t help and her short-term memory steadily got worse.

Pic shows: Veronika Mescheryakova and her husband at their wedding (before the ilness) A woman robbed of her memory by disease cries every day as she is reminded her husband has left her. Beautiful Veronika Mescheryakova, 29, suffers from a form of porphyria. An operation to alleviate the symptoms a few years ago failed to help her and she now has short-term memory loss and paralysed limbs. Veronika does not remember that in November 2017 her husband filed for divorce. Every day she thinks that her husband is at work. When he does not come home at night, her mother has to tell her again about the divorce, leaving her distraught. She reportedly cries over and over again about her lost love. Her unnamed husband???s reasons for the split were not made public. Local media report that her mother is helping her re-learn how to walk and that the caring mum hopes Veronika will one day reconnect with her ex. Netizen 'Vyacheslav Petrov' said:
Her husband divorced her in November last year (Picture: CEN/Mash)

The disease then started to affect her limbs and she became paralysed from the waist down.

Local media did not report why her husband left her, but pictures show the moment Veronika, from Kazan, Russia, tearily reacts to learning about her lost love.

Veronika’s mother reportedly hopes that she will one day be back together with her ex-husband.

Her tragic story has created widespread sympathy and support among Russian readers.

Pic shows:Veronika Mescheryakova before her ilness A woman robbed of her memory by disease cries every day as she is reminded her husband has left her. Beautiful Veronika Mescheryakova, 29, suffers from a form of porphyria. An operation to alleviate the symptoms a few years ago failed to help her and she now has short-term memory loss and paralysed limbs. Veronika does not remember that in November 2017 her husband filed for divorce. Every day she thinks that her husband is at work. When he does not come home at night, her mother has to tell her again about the divorce, leaving her distraught. She reportedly cries over and over again about her lost love. Her unnamed husband???s reasons for the split were not made public. Local media report that her mother is helping her re-learn how to walk and that the caring mum hopes Veronika will one day reconnect with her ex. Netizen 'Vyacheslav Petrov' said:
The 29-year-old suffers from a degenerative disease called porphyria (Picture: CEN/Mash)

Vyacheslav Petrov wrote: ‘I feel so sorry for her that I want to cry.’

While Andrey Schulz, added: ‘Maybe they should tell her that she was the one who left him.’

Veronika’s mother is also helping her with physiotherapy in the hope she will learn to walk again.

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