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Ouch!! Healing gives needed

Discussion in 'Ringside Chat' started by lauren123, Feb 12, 2018.

  1. lauren123

    lauren123 Well-Known Member

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    Due to the awful weather the horses gave been in and due to my night shifts I haven' had chance to walk Sox around the yard. Until tonight. God he was full of it! Marching everywhere, rolling in a patch of mud next to the YO car ( in there praying he doesn' hit it as his hind legs went everywhere!)
    Then he got a little excited. He walked off so I was at the end of the lead rope.He decides to jump about and in doing so kicks out and get me in the stomach:(
    I know he was just excited and didn' mean it. But god does it hurt!
     
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    carthorse Well-Known Member

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    I do hope you're ok Lauren, it might be worth speaking to NHS Direct & seeing if you should get that checked out. You do need to be more careful though, that was a stupid position to get yourself in (the YO's car wasn't any too clever either!) & the result could have been far worse. Is there really no way you can walk him when you work nights? You must be going up twice a day to do him if he's in all the time so surely you could walk him at least once a day? It might make him easier to handle if he didn't get so stir crazy.
     
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  3. Jane&Ziggy

    Jane&Ziggy Learning together!

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    Do get it checked, there are important things in there like livers and spleens!

    And take arnica. Lots and lots of arnica.
     
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  5. Lissie

    Lissie Well-Known Member

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    Ouch! Could you ring 111 and see what they advise that must of really hurt. Healing vibes coming your way.
     
  6. MrC

    MrC https://m.facebook.com/MrKiasLife/

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    If your abdomen goes hard go directly to A+E please Lauren. Don’t muck about with kicks to the vitals x
     
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    orbvalley Well-Known Member

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    love and healing vies to you Lauren xxx
     
  8. Ale

    Ale Well-Known Member

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    Ouch sounds very sore, take care
     
  9. Jessey

    Jessey Well-Known Member

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    Ouch, I hope you're feeling a bit better this morning. Do they not even have a little sacrifice area for you to turn out in while you are mucking out or something?
     
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    Trewsers Well-Known Member

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    Ouch. As already said please get checked.
     
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    Trewsers Well-Known Member

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    I was thinking this too! Doesn't sound very safe because they're bound to get cheesed off, even if the weather is bad.
     
  12. lauren123

    lauren123 Well-Known Member

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    Thanks for the kind word everyone.
    It was a stupid position to be in. However its done now all I can do is learn from it.
    I did get checked out and was told if I starting to get worse or if there was blood when i went to the loo. Go straight to a and e. Luckily I didn' need to.
     
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