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Li Zhihua listens to a song his wife played on August 21 in his hospital ward in Hubei, China

The power of true love: a Chinese man wakes up from a five-year coma after his dedicated wife nursed him for more than 20 hours a day

  • Li Zhihua from Hubei, China, fell into a coma in 2013 in an accident
  • His wife, 57, became his sole caregiver and slept no more than three hours a day
  • The first thing he told his wife after she woke up last year was: & # 39; Woman, I love you! & # 39;
  • The man's dedicated partner said: & As long as he lives, I will continue to serve him & # 39;
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A man in China has regained consciousness from a five-year coma after his partner dedicated him for more than 20 hours a day for almost 2000 days a day.

Li Zhihua, from Xiangyang in Hubei Province, suffered a serious brain injury in 2013 in a traffic accident. His wife then became his sole caretaker, and she slept only two to three hours a day to clean, feed, and talk to him.

The first thing Mr. Li said to his wife after waking up was: & # 39; Woman, I love you! & # 39;

Li Zhihua listens to a song his wife played on August 21 in his hospital ward in Hubei, China

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Li Zhihua listens to a song his wife played on August 21 in his hospital ward in Hubei, China

The man woke up last year from a five-year coma after his wife looked after him day and night

The man woke up last year from a five-year coma after his wife looked after him day and night

The man woke up last year from a five-year coma after his wife looked after him day and night

His wife, 57-year-old Zhang Guihuan, said she was unwilling to accept the fact that her husband was in a persistent vegetative state and wanted to prove that doctors were wrong

His wife, 57-year-old Zhang Guihuan, said she was unwilling to accept the fact that her husband was in a persistent vegetative state and wanted to prove that doctors were wrong

His wife, 57-year-old Zhang Guihuan, said she was unwilling to accept the fact that her husband was in a persistent vegetative state and wanted to prove that doctors were wrong

Their moving story was reported this week by Chinese news broadcasts, including Btime.com, Cover News and Pear.

According to reports, Mr. Li was knocked down by a motorcycle in August 2013 while driving to work.

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Dr. Wan Qing & # 39; an described his condition and told reporters: & # 39; When he was taken to the hospital, he was in a vegetative state. He couldn't respond to anything. & # 39;

His wife, 57-year-old Zhang Guihuan, remembered: & The doctor told me that it was possible that he would be in a persistent vegetative state. & # 39;

She said she was not prepared to accept the diagnosis and wanted to prove that the doctors were wrong.

After Mr. Li regained consciousness, he remained in the hospital to follow recovery programs

After Mr. Li regained consciousness, he remained in the hospital to follow recovery programs

After Mr. Li regained consciousness, he remained in the hospital to follow recovery programs

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Day after day, the determined husband stayed next to Mr. Li's bed to talk to him and play his favorite songs, hoping that his condition would improve.

& # 39; These things were very useful to stimulate his nervous system & # 39 ;, said Dr. Wan.

The wayward woman slept only two to three hours a day and took care of Mr. Li in every way. As a result, she lost 10 kilograms (22 pounds) during the course.

Mrs. Zhang said that in order to feed her husband, she had to carefully put food into his month and then gently press his tongue to let him know that he could eat.

Li miraculously regained consciousness last year.

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The man stayed in the hospital to receive recovery treatment.

Recordings filmed yesterday show Ms. Zhang helping Mr. Li walk with the help of a frame

Recordings filmed yesterday show Ms. Zhang helping Mr. Li walk with the help of a frame

Recordings filmed yesterday show Ms. Zhang helping Mr. Li walk with the help of a frame

Ms. Zhang said: & I've never thought of giving up. As long as he lives, I will continue to serve him & # 39 ;. The couple's moving stories were reported this week by Chinese news broadcasts

Ms. Zhang said: & I've never thought of giving up. As long as he lives, I will continue to serve him & # 39 ;. The couple's moving stories were reported this week by Chinese news broadcasts

Ms. Zhang said: & I've never thought of giving up. As long as he lives, I will continue to serve him & # 39 ;. The couple's moving stories were reported this week by Chinese news broadcasts

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Dr. Wan said that although Mr. Li could not clearly pronounce the words, he was fully aware of the ins and outs of him.

Recordings filmed at the hospital yesterday show that the woman is helping Mr. Li walk with the help of a photo frame.

The video also shows how she gives her husband a massage.

Dr. Wan said that Mr. Li had made great progress after participating in the recovery scheme for more than a year.

Speaking of Ms. Zhang, head nurse Xia Li said: & (She) has taught her partner many movements and she patiently showed him without any complaint. & # 39;

Speaking of the future, Ms. Zhang said: & I never thought of giving up. As long as he lives, I will continue to serve him. & # 39;

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