Hi! I'm 30 years old and on Nov 11th fell through my attic floor about 12 feet onto my garage concrete floor. I broke my pelvic (unstable) had rods and screws placed during surgery and am due to start bearing weight on Feb 7th. This has been horrific for me as I'm getting married in April! I still have no feeling on my left back thigh some places on my butt both sides, or my genitals. I am very very scared and I was wondering if there is anyone tht can give me some type of advise or what to expect. I cry all the time. I have a 14 year old and a 10 year old and I can't even be a mother to them for nearly 3 months. I'm blessed to be alive and am forever grateful! I try to stay positive but I'm scared! Am I going to be in pain forever? Have sexual gratification? And walk on April for my wedding!? Thanks
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