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'I woke up in the middle of the night and couldn't recognise my own girlfriend'

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A dad who went to bed feeling 'great' woke up in the middle of the night with no memory - and couldn't even recognise his brother or his girlfriend.

John Wynne, from Hoylake, got up at 4am to go to the bathroom, but quickly realised he had 'no memory' of where it was. The 39-year-old musician said he couldn't stand up without falling over, and didn't recognise anyone around him.

After initially being advised to 'sleep it off', John's girlfriend Molly took him to hospital, where an MRI scan revealed a whole section of his brain wasn't functioning.

Doctors told him a hole in his heart caused two blood clots in his brain, and ultimately a stroke, in what he called a 'terrifying' diagnosis, reports the Liverpool Echo. READ MORE: Girl, 17, 'told she would only be given an ice cream if she showed her boobs or nipple' John said: "I woke up at four in the morning needing to pee and I got out of bed and went to head towards the bathroom but I had no memory of where the bathroom was.

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