You would firstly be loosing alot of blood yourself so you would be weaker and actually taking the thing out would make it worse because your making it possible for even more blood to escape<br />
Also trying to pull it out would probably make the injury even worse because you would probably have to wiggle it around so you make the cut bigger and deeper<br />
You wouldnt be thinking properly so you would not think to pull it out and stab them<br />
If you were stabbed and they pulled out the knife then put as much pressure on the injury as possible try stop blood loss.<br />
Also of course depends on where your stabbed if its in the chest and it gets to your heart or other essential organs you will probably die within minutes<br />
If it cuts an artery also you will probably be dead in minutes<br />
Only if you were stabbed in an area where there are no essential organs or arterys would you even have a fighting chance with
Yeah, I had to face this problem down...twice actually. The first time was irrelevant, as we were in a public place and after it occurred, many people apprehended that particular person. The second time I didn't actually get stuck, but the assailant was just a few feet away from me. We stared each other down for what seemed like hours until he ran off. I didn't really have a solid plan, but it was something like, "Don't get stabbed. Immobilize his right hand by any means and then reach for the hammer on the desk." Yeah, lucky for both of us he ran off, because otherwise at least one of us was going to have a very bad day.
I would take it out as soon as they stab me, lightning quick to make it less painful then stab them in the neck. <br />
If you get stabbed in the rib, it'll just be a deep cut and if treated properly could just be a slight loss of blood if you calm down and lay on your side ever so slightly. a 45 degree angle is best so as to not let blood flow out and so you don't choke on your own blood.<br />
If you get stabbed near the lungs your breathing capacity will be cut in half and blood will rush into your throat. <br />
If you get stabbed in the heart you will die without medical attention due to blood loss.
Fierce will to survive there, but I'm pretty sure tracheotomies don't work that way. Your windpipe actually has very touch bands of tissue surrounding it that are harder to cut than most people might think. Unless the injury is very severe, your bigger problem is bleeding rather than breathing.
You would die from choking on your blood. The gagging with the pen would further accelerate the death process since your oxygen supply is being limited since there is already blood clogging your air way.
Bleeding in any case is far worse from a deep cut that the breathing, always.
Firstly you would not think to do that and the blood would be coming out so quick you would be weak
You also would not get to hospital in time because probably you would be dead in minutes and in a painful manner
I suggest you dont let anybody cut your throat so don't go down any dark alleyways or where you might meet bad guys
fight back<br />
i ignore injuries
I'm guessing the shock and pain would make that difficult
You have obviously never been stabbed, girl!
No. But I have looked after people who were. I cannot remember that part.
poor old jack
He needed you to be his nurse
I would take really good care of him. *winks*
Ya how that guy kill 5 in Calgary Canada unusual? People dont die easy.