I'm at a loss here folks, as the last thing I want is even MORE problems. Last Tuesday, when I was going into work I had my 50lb backpack over my right shoulder walking through my company's stupid rotating doors. I couldn't see the bunched up rug (to reduce dirt coming in the building) on the other side because of the glare through the glass. As I was coming in I tripped over the wrinkled up spot and would've likely saved myself had I not had my "nomadic desk" in my backpack. I ended up landing hard on my right side, but pulled my self right up and kept going. Of course some inconsiderate and rude people laughed and I never heard them ask if I was hurt. I got to my desk, setup my stuff (I work in a call center, and didn't have a finalized assigned seat at the time) and got to work. Initially I didn't hurt much and didn't report it to my boss as the LAST thing I want is more problems to deal with inside of work. I've also had bad luck with reporting things in the past (unrelated to injuries), so I don't have much confidence with the process or response from my actions. For example, I still haven't gotten a $100 giftcard I was promised from a contest in March. Last Wednesday I was hurting like hell, yet still made it through the day. My lower right ribs hurt, as did my back, entire right hip and especially my right knee that I've already had one surgery on. I had to take pain medication when I got home after having been sitting for about eight hours to get things done at home before I went to bed. Thankfully, in some ways, I work nights. I haven't had a lot of persistent pain from the fall, but when I hurt my knee feels unstable and I feel pain on the inside of the knee. It also hurts a bit in thhe knee every time I take a step, even when it isn't painful. I have some pain in my hip area, but it is mostly on the side and buttocks area. It could be my lower back, but that area ALWAYS hurts because of a neurpathic (nerve related) condition from the Mononucleosis I had last year. It would be especially difficult to say if my back was hurting more from the fall. Should I be concerned because of where I hurt, and bother reporting it? Should I see a doctor for at least the knee? The last thing I want to contend with is more problems as I already have a full plate with the doctors I see for my current condition (neurologist, general practitioner, pain management specialist, etc.) and I can't afford to miss a whole lot more time from work. I also don't want to deal with the money I "lose" going to doctors that I hate having to go to. Thank you for any advice or helpful comments in advance.