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Posted by admin on January 26, 2018 in Articles

of drill, but this weekend it was different. On Sunday I felt really bad pain in my left leg up by my hip. At drill halfway throughout the day we were playing dodgeball and sergeant Armstrong had thrown the dodgeball and hit me in my stomach right where the pain is. After I got hit I felt really sick, shortly after that we had to do flutter kicks, during the flutter kicks I could barely even do them, but I kept fighting through the pain because I didn’t want to get in trouble by Drill Sergeant Bryant or any of the other sergeants for showing a low level of motivation. Later in the day around 19:45 I knew something was really wrong so I texted sergeant Rains and told him what was going on and what I needed to do about it. Once I told him and asked him what to do he never gave me a reply. Since I didn’t get a reply back from Rains, I got ahold of Drill Sergeant Bryant Monday morning around 10:07 and filled him in on what was happening. The pain we getting to the point to where I couldn’t bend my knee to walk, get dressed by myself, move my leg while lying down, and even to sit up from laying down in bed. On Monday my mom got me a doctor’s appointment, when I arrived at the doctors I explained to him what was going on, after he did his examine he came to the conclusion that I have a strained muscle, fascia, and tendon of my left hip, initial encounter. The medication I was prescribed was 800 mg of ibuprofen. Throughout the week the pain was only getting worse every time I walked, and when I would sit in the desk at school for a good period of time my stomach would have a really sharp pain. On Tuesday, I started my prescription. Every time I took my prescription my stomach would get really bloated to the point where I couldn’t walk through the halls at school. I waited a few days to see if the bloating would stop which it didn’t so I went back to the doctors on Friday the 26th. This time at the doctors, he did his examine and he said that I have to get a ct scan done…