On Mon, Jan 31, 2011 at 07:01:40PM -0000, Shiny protector wrote:
> Do you mean you don't feel the crash, but when your in hospital, you
> feel the pain?

[My Reply:]
        No, my mother got rear-ended, had her car totalled, and broke 
her ankle.  She said she didn't feel or know a thing until she awoke in 
the hospital, even knowing she was going to be hit.  I've had much the 
same experience with insulin shock.  Once my glucose levels drop below 
60, I don't know or feel a thing, even while appearing conscious and 
somewhat responsive.  It's pretty cool, and makes me fear a whole lot 
less about death.  It's only a little scary thinking I'm about to croak.  
I've been hit by a motorhome while on a bicycle, where the side mirror 
clipped me in the back of the head and shoulder.  I didn't know a thing 
until I got up cussing some ten seconds later.  I didn't even realize I 
had been unconscious those ten seconds.


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