A lot of nice people messaged me asking what happened: thanks a lot to you all. So here's an #update . This is not mental health related. But I'll put a PTW HOSPITAL just in case.
On Monday I was supposed to go to university at 10.30 am. I got up at 9. I noticed I could hardly stand on my feet. But I didn't go back to bed, I took a couple of steps. Then I fell on the floor. I don't know if I fainted but that's a possibility. I don't know how I fell. I just felt my back breaking. I began to cry for help but I was home alone. So I managed to stand up and grab my phone and I called my mum but she didn't answer. I called my dad and I told him that I managed to walk but I fell and my back was in pain. He immediately came back home from work and gave me a painkiller. The painkiller started to work and I was on my feet so I thought "don't worry it's not broken". I still felt pain but it was less. Luckily he decided to take me to hospital, because if he didn't maybe I would have gone to university. In A&E the first nurse didn't believe I was seriously injured. She gave me the green code so I had to wait 8 hours for an x-ray. They checked also my legs and the foot I injured but they were fine. Unluckily, my back was broken. Nobody noticed something was wrong because I managed the pain well. They didn't give me any painkillers. But the doctor told me, patiently "your back might be broken" and I had other exams and they gave me a wheelchair. After that it was 100% clear that it was broken. They sent me inpatient in a ward called "Red Rose" which is ortopedics. They gave me some IV treatment for pain, injections and oral meds for the following 4 days. On Tuesday they put me in a plaster cast. I fainted 3 times while they were doing it. This was because of pain, and because I didn't move for a day, not even to go to the bathroom (yes I know, it's awful). The procedure needed 2 doctors, a nurse and the casts technician. After that I started to walk again but only to go to the bathroom with a nurse. The pain is a lot but I'm thinking positively. They discharged me earlier today. I have to do injections and take tablets. Anyway I'm glad I'm alive. This is hard, but I'm stronger!
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