I rarely fall. I don't let myself.
As such, when I do fall, it rattles me terribly. I'd say about 75% of my falls put me off the ice for the rest of the session. Even if I get up, go get a drink, and do a lap around the rink, my legs shake terribly (sewing machine leg- visible twitching, not just shakey feeling) to the extent that I don't feel safe skating. However, a drink, a lap, a few spins to regain my confidence (I like to spin) is the only way I can stay on the ice. I can't just get right back to what I was doing. In fact, most sessions I don't return to what caused me to fall if it was a jump. The one time I fell off a horse, the horse was injured (he fell too, that's what caused me to fall) so the stable gave me a new horse to work with- I don't believe in getting back on the horse. I take my time, and then I get on a different horse.
These are not after bad falls, just any fall. Not counting in the harness (as it doesn't count, since coach pads the fall) I think I fell fewer than 10 times last year.