Ain’t that a kick in the head?

I don’t have any news on the cycle just yet.

I got rear ended on the way to my CD 3 u/s and bloodwork. Minivan hit me and pushed me into a station wagon.

B”H I’m not really hurt and the car doesn’t have a scratch on it. Airbags didn’t go off — so it couldn’t have been that bad — but I smacked my head on the steering wheel. The minivan driver didn’t stop, but the station wagon did. I was all good and proceeded to my appointment.

My doc (albeit a reproductive endocrinologist — but I think she spent more time in med school than I’ve been alive) — who deigned to see me just long enough to shine a pen light in my eyes — says mild to moderate concussion. Having had several concussions in my ice hockey career, I would say this is mild (I didn’t lose consciousness, no nausea, mild dizziness, feels like a killer headache, and my pupils are pretty reactive to light). I promised I would drive myself over to the ER in the Big City, but of course I went home instead.

My head did start to throb a bit on the way home — it’s nearly three hours. I feel like arse right now and am going to bed as soon as the hubby gets home. Gotta wake up every couple hours when your noodle is scrambled.

More news as it happens here at Casa Kirby.


4 responses to “Ain’t that a kick in the head?

  1. Yuck, poor you! Feel better!

  2. Oh my. I have a lot of respect for you, having to go through this while living so far from your doctor! I don’t know if I would be able to manage.

    Feel good!

  3. oh jeez, kirby, I hope you feel better soon! I guess I’m glad you’re experienced with concussions – er, sorta – so you know not to panic over this. I think. Anyway, r’fuah shlema!

  4. Mary Ellen and Steve

    Oh no! I hope that you feel better soon!

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