Jennie Gow, BBC Sport F1 Presenter, Overwhelmed with Emotion on Dwell TV as Husband Recollects Her Traumatic Stroke Expertise

FORMULA ONE reporter Jennie Gow broke down in tears as she shared an emotional replace baout her traumatic stroke.

The BBC broadcaster, 46, revealed in January she had suffered a “critical stroke”.

Jennie Gow broke all the way down to tears whereas recounting her terrifying stroke ordealCredit score: BBC

Gow said she would not be here without her husband, Jamie

Gow stated she wouldn’t be right here with out her husband, Jamie

Having posted an replace a few weeks after her horrifying ordeal, she has now appeared in a brief movie to recount the expertise.

The movie, which aired on BBC’s The One Show, noticed Gow reveal how her “extraordinarily uncommon” stroke was attributable to a cough she developed.

Within the quick movie, she started by recounting her profession as an F1 reporter earlier than saying: “However then my life modified dramatically.

“At 45, I suffered a critical stroke. And I’ve spent the previous couple of months studying to stroll, and extra considerably, to speak once more.

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“Simply after Christmas I bought sick, it wasn’t Covid, however I had a horrible cough after which my husband Jamie discovered me collapsed within the rest room.”

Jamie then revealed the panic which set over him on the time.

He stated: “I used to be making an attempt to name your title and get you to talk to me and I used to be simply getting nothing again from you. It was the worst second of my life.”

Upon listening to his response, Gow couldn’t maintain again her feelings and broke down into tears.

Their daughter, Isabel, was described as a “famous person” by Jamie, with the six-year-old speeding to seize some pillows and put them beneath her moms head earlier than passing the telephone to Jamie.

After being rushed to Frimley Park hospital and receiving “very immediate” therapy, Gow later posted a message on social media.

She wrote: “Hello everybody, been quiet the previous couple of weeks, it’s because I suffered a critical stroke two weeks in the past.

“My husband helps me sort this, as I’m discovering it onerous to write down and my speech is most affected.

“I’m determined to make a full restoration and return to work but it surely may take a while.

“Thanks to the medical groups at Frimley and St George’s and my household and buddies who’ve bought me via the final fortnight X.”

Gow broke into the world of F1 in 2010

Gow broke into the world of F1 in 2010Credit score: Getty

Dr Thomas Ache, one in all Gow’s consultants, appeared within the video to elucidate how her stroke was precipitated.

He stated: “The vast majority of strokes are attributable to a blockage in a blood vessel which provides the mind.

“Your stroke was attributable to a clot from the carotid artery, within the neck, a tear within the blood vessel as a result of coughing and a viral an infection you had on the time.

“That clot flew up the vessel, inflicting the stroke on the left facet of the mind.”

After being transferred to a specialist unit at St Georges’ in London, Gow had her clot efficiently eliminated earlier than any vital injury was precipitated.

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Gow vowed to proceed down her street of restoration, regardless of admitting she nonetheless feels numb down her proper facet and is struggling with no sense of style.

She declared: “I’m decided to return again as sturdy as ever and I wish to share my experiences to try to shine a light-weight on stroke survivors – and if this may also help only one person who will likely be sufficient.”