Lyndee’s husband knew his wife was a fighter. He refused to give up on her, instead he whispers something in her ear that turned a grave situation into a miracle!
An Arizona woman named Lyndee beat all the odds when she awoke from a coma just after being taken off life support.
The first thing she said? “I’m a fighter.”
In February, Lyndee was found unconscious by her son. 911 was called, but she fell into a coma for 12 days.
Doctors told her family there was nothing they could do and recommended that the 45-year-old be taken off life support.
Each member of the family sat down next to Lyndee to say their final goodbyes… And she heard every word they said.
“I remember people talking to me,” she recalled. “I remember when people came to visit, my niece reading to me.”
“[Doctors] told [my family] that I would start to make noises when they turned off life support. I was very agitating. I couldn’t move. I couldn’t talk, couldn’t respond. I could just hear conversations around me and about me.”
“I remember a doctor opening my eyes, messing with me, and telling my family I was not reacting,” she added.
“In my head it was very clear what I was saying, but it wasn’t to them. I was finally able to get out ‘I’m a fighter,’ which is what my husband was whispering in my ear. [He kept saying] ‘I need you to fight.'”
Now, Lyndee is warning others who may have family members that are unresponsive in the hospital to continue trying to communicate with them.
“Just because you are not conscious does not mean you cannot hear,” she said, according to Opposing Views. “So you should talk to your loved ones if you are in that situation. They hear you.”
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