Today about 1:30p I was trimming along when suddenly my FS-100rx trimmer picked up a stick and flung it in my face, the pain wasn't the worst I have felt thou it did stun me, but being no stranger to these things I just kept on trimming. I didn't get far, maybe 10 seconds or so I felt something like sweat running down my forehead... Yes, you know it but hoping for the best I wiped at it with my hand and got back 4 bloody fingers. I thought to myself this is probably not so good as I wiped again just to retrieve more blood and now I could feel it just coming out. With little fanfare or ceremony I dropped the trimmer and walked to my truck. By the time I got there I could see blood running down the side of my nose. I got inside, turned the engine on and the A/C on high because I was starting to feel a bit lightheaded. So here I am bleeding what I figured profusely... And as I'm wondering how I'm even going to get myself to the ER (or whether I needed to go) I'm also thinking I should elevate the bleeding area... Well, the cut was on my forehead, I am thinking how much more elevated can it get? I did what folks with a nosebleed do and tilted my head back, within seconds the bleeding stopped. I was not feeling well. The realization that my trimmer was probably still running passed through without much further action on my part. I got a glass out of the cup holder and filled it up with water, opened the door, stepped outside and proceeded to gently wash my face, that went so-so, which is to say not too well. After sitting in the truck for several minutes with the A/C at full blast hitting the cold sweat that was coming off me, I started to feel well enough, I got out and slowly went to retrieve my trimmer. It was still running. By the time I got back to the truck, I was feeling nauseated. I sat inside the a/c cab this time until I felt better again, could've been 5, 10, 15 minutes, maybe 20? Then I finished that yard, slowly. Went on to the next, sometime while I was working on that one I finally noticed I was feeling myself again. The folks there were too nice to give me a water-soaked towel to cleanse my face with. The rest of the day passed without much incident. I was wearing ANSI-approved safety goggles.