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 Re: wooziness/trouble sleeping
Embonious (192.241.211.---)   6:10am Oct 9 2018

Hi Robert,

Thanks for your reply! I really appreciate hearing your experience. Best of luck with the healing.. 10 months sounds really tough to handle, speaking from my vast experience of 3 weeks and some change ;) I'm sending you good thoughts!
I'll add more detail here in case it ends up being helpful for someone else:
I ended up going to the hospital because I couldn't relax, fearing something deeper was wrong.. turns out I had a panic attack in my sleep- I guess my subconscious is working through the trauma from being hit and the subsequent hospital stay in great detail when my conscious filters are down. I'm thankful to know that it's nothing more serious, and having never experienced a panic attack or any kind of post traumatic stress, I has no idea what was going on. I was referred to a clinic to deal with the trauma, and since knowing I'm not about to die, I feel much better already.
I had a regular check up today, the x ray shows I'm healing, I've been given a referral to physio and the go ahead to weight bare at 30% to encourage more healing. Feels like my first major breakthrough, so today is a good day.
-Emily

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