Hi, I had a car accident Saturday night (Nov 11) and I was the passenger. No airbag, but I was wearing a seat belt. The hood of the car flew up and hit the windshield and my seat belt didn't tighten as it should have and I hit the windshield/hood with my head. There were no fractures on the radiology report, but now (sunday nov 12) I can't walk right (ataxia); I keep tripping over my feet and falling down. I got checked again at an urgent care facility and the dr said to wait a couple of days for the swelling in my spinal cord to go down and then if I still can't walk right go to a neurologist. But I am so worried. And not to mention in pain.
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