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 Re: wooziness/trouble sleeping
Embonious    3:34am Nov 4 2018

Hi, thanks for your response!
I am doing a lot better, now 7 weeks in. I no longer experience the ptsd symptoms at night or when I'm at home, now only when I'm on the street/near moving cars, but after talking with docs and a psychologist, I am more comfortable with this as a normal symptom that will improve as time passes, especially when I'm off crutches, rather than a sign of mental weakness. My "startle response" is also still keyed right up, to some hilarity when I jump and cry out in response to my boyfriend saying hello or asking me what I want to eat :D
Now my main issue is boredom, which I'll happily take over stress and pain :)

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