This is a long read but hey, it took me even longer to type it. I had a hernia 3 years ago from lifting weights and I had surgery on it. I figured since it had been 3 years I was probably in good enough shape to be able to handle the UPS work load. Well Friday after I left work I felt soreness in the area where my hernia occurred and I didn't pay any attention to it because sometimes if I over exert myself I feel soreness in that area any way. Well the soreness turned into pain over the weekend but got a little better by this morning. I got to work this afternoon and I was doing the regular loading packages and pushing the mis-sort slide and I noticed I was moving a lot slower because of the pain. A lady that toured me around the building my first week walked by me at the slide and asked how I was doing so I told her and she suggested that I see the doctor so I said ok. When I was upstairs the first thing they asked me was why didn't I tell them Friday that I had a pain so I told them I thought it was just sore and then they kept on asking me questions that sounded like they were trying to catch me in a lie so that I couldn't sue them or something. So finally they called me a cab and I went to the hospital where the doctor told me I had a groin strain and told me I was good to go to work tomorrow. He prescribed me some Ibuprofen and told me to ice my groin and sent me on my way. When I got back to UPS the safety people pretty much told me it was all my fault that I got hurt and sent me on my way. My supervisor asked me how I was doing. Seemed concerned whether or not I could work a full work shift tomorrow. I told him yes I could and he sent me on my way. I gotta get out of UPS and fast! Also they messed up my check Friday. Instead of being paid for the 20hrs I worked I only got paid for 16. When I told my boss about it he said he'd have to do some research on the matter and get back to me. What does that even mean?