I’ve laid mine down too. Same sort of low-speed deal, stalled it trying to pull a u-turn after I’d adjusted the idle down, but before I’d gotten a real feel for the way it handled after the change.
Most people I know have laid a bike down. It’s just something that happens. You learn to deal with it and move on.
Also, word of advice: if it starts to go, let it go. Don’t try to use your arms to stop it, or you’ll injure yourself. Took me three months to get the pain out of my joints, and another two months after that to get the strength back in my arms that I had before the injury. I’m no body builder type, but not having the strength that you used to have is very unpleasant.