Thank you for sharing your story! I hope that you are blessed with a successful pregnancy soon! You may want to share your story on our Trying to Conceive Community . I am sure that the women there would be very willing to share their experiences with you and that you will connect with them.View Thread
I am so sorry that you are going through this! You may find it helpful to post your question in our Eye Health Community -- the members there are very supportive and willing to give advice and share personal experiences. We also have an expert in the community (one of the leading corneal, cataract, and vision correction specialists) who is good at providing support.View Thread
Here is some information that I found about frozen veggies that I think you will find helpful in answering some of your questions. It says that "nutritionally speaking, frozen veggies are similar to -- and sometimes better than -- fresh ones." The article includes more information as well as some top picks for frozen vegetables you can find in your supermarket. You may also want to post your question in our Diet Community and Food & Cooking Community , where you may get more opinions and answers from other Community members.
I think that it would be a good idea to at least make an appointment with your doctor to determine if an x-ray is necessary. You do not want to make your injury worse if there is the possibility that you have a fracture from your fall. Here are some symptoms of fractures you might find helpful. Do you have any swelling or bruising? Please keep us updated on what you find.
You might try posting your question over in our Skin Problems & Treatments Community (if you haven't already done so). The members and our expert over there may have some insight or experience with what you are experiencing. To post, follow the link above and take the same steps you did to post here. I hope you are able to find what is causing your itching!
Have you spoken with your doctor or a dermatologist about your symptoms? A medical professional is the only person who can properly diagnose why the skin under your eyes is getting red and dry. There are a number of things that can give your skin a dry and red appearance. You might read this information on rosacea to see if the symptoms listed match any of yours -- many people develop a persistent redness that looks like a sunburn or blush, and it can cause your skin to have a dry appearance. Sun exposure is also listed as a possible trigger for rosacea symptoms.