If you think you're having a bad day, just check out Mariska Hargitay's Wednesday!
The 57-year-old Law & Order: Special Victims Unit actress revealed she is suffering a broken knee and a hairline fracture in her ankle.
Posting a photo outside of the hospital, Hargitay gave her 2.1 million Instagram fans the first look at the outcome of her injuries.
Wearing white shorts, a black t-shirt, and a long-sleeved robe-like sweater, the famous TV star stood outside the hospital showing off her latest accessories -- her casts.
Sporting a soft black cast over her right knee and a boot supporting her left ankle, Mariska posed for the picture which was taken outside of the Hospital For Special Surgery in New York City.
Holding onto her discharge paperwork, her driver captured a shot to commemorate the end of her hospital visit.
Revealing that she wasn't feeling well, Hargitay made it seem like she was unaware of the seriousness of her injuries.
"#ThatFeelingWhen, you go to the doctor, get an MRI and find out that you have a broken knee, a hairline fracture in your ankle, and a torn ligament," she captioned her hospital pic on Wednesday.
Reminding her followers that "it’s always a good idea to go to the doctor," she emphasized to go "immediately" instead of waiting.
Thankfully, the SUV actress' injuries won't keep her down for long.
"Great news is I don’t need surgery🙏🏻 💃🏻," Hargitay wrote.
Fans immediately took to her comments to send her well wishes, including her co-star Ryan Buggle, who plays her character Olivia Benson's son on the crime show.
"OMG! Nooooo... Get better SO soon!" he wrote.
Others were impressed with how well Mariska looked leaving the hospital.
"Nobody could ever look this good walking out of a hospital!! Absolute warrior Goddess! 💙🧡💜," one follower wrote. "Apparently HSS actually stands for Hair & Shining Skin. Dude! You’re the only person I know who can walk out of that hospital looking like they just stepped out of a commercial 💃🏼🔥," added another.
Mariska did not reveal how she got hurt but Radar has put in calls to her rep to find out.