sharon-stone-AARP.jpgActress Sharon Stone appears on the cover of the February/March issue of AARP magazine, looking stunning as always. In her interview with the publication, she speaks candidly about the brain hemorrhage that nearly killed her, dealing with miscarriages and adopting three children.

She talks about the hemorrhage that kept her in and out of a coma for nine days, explaining that she had an excruciating headache when it all began. Doctors discovered that her vertebral artery, which runs through the neck into the base of the skull, had ruptured. “By then I had bled into my spinal column, my brain, and my facial
cavity at a steady pace. My brain was pushed forward into my face. I’d lost
18 percent of my body mass.”

“I came out of
the hospital with short- and long-term memory loss,” she remembers. “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?'”

She’s very open about the miscarriages she had as well. “The last time I lost the baby, I went into 36 hours of labor. While we
were at the hospital, our adoption attorney called. I thought, ‘This is
such a godsend. This is so right.’ I always thought I would adopt. Even
when I was young, I used to look up how to adopt.”
Stone has since three adopted sons including Roan, 11, Laird, 6, and Quinn, 5. She says, “I’m loving raising my kids. Quinn is in junior kindergarten, and he’s
very exclamatory! Like a little FBI agent, he tells you everything
that’s happening, so I call him Agent Quinn. ‘Mom! Toots pooped in the
yard!’ ‘Thank you, Agent Quinn.’ I’ve made humanitarian causes and my
children much more my priority than the Hollywood scene, being liked and
getting movie parts.”
“Today, at 53, she’s a woman transformed,” the interview states. You know, we always thought she was pretty darn great to begin with.