It hurts. Says me with 5 tatts and 10 piercings :-P
aww! very cute answer ! , i wud agree you been needled enough !
Thanks :-) And yeah I have lol
Because a lot of nurses make a huge mess of it! Stabbing through veins, not finding them, causing pain and bruises! It's my personal worst nightmare!
Most get special training ..so don't blame the majority..for those who forget what they were taught in the beginning or just get sloppy.
They are probably afraid of finding out they have some terminal disease.
diseases ! ever heard of aids ! ~ its pretty common to get it from using the same needles !
i have no problem with anyone learning at all , and i am not promoting fear being on this site for over five years under different usernames , you the first to mention such a thing , so i do have a good record here for being supportive and providing good help and advice , you are only speaking about where you work , things do happen in other places , as people are in a rush , and its common that giving blood spreads disease !
and by the way i am far from being a troll !!
OMG...never used the same needle twice for any draws.or IV's
Higher chance of getting via Hep.. than HIV via needles...
I don't like needles. That might be why some are afraid!
Because they have something called: Aichmophobia, which is a fear of needles, duh
Needles! But for some reason, piercing needles dont bother me at all. I just got my nose pierced and it was fine. But when it comes to blood draws and shots, i get all nervous, my throat constricts, and i start to black out. Never ends well. Haha
there wimps lol
idk - personally i love it. then again, if its an employment drug test, i can see why some people might be nervous.
I'm one of those people. I just hate the feeling of my blood coming out. Makes me anxious to watch the vials fill with my blood. I think it all started when I was young because I have small, hidden veins, and I would have to be poked multiple times before they found the vein. Sometimes they have to use my forearm.
People just don't take to having their veins stabbed and siphoned out. It's one of the great mysteries of life.
Great question ! I was a Navy Hospital Corpsman, and served with the 2nd Marines. <br />
We had to to a medical call for HIV testing on all personel. <br />
Here comes a Big, Strong, Fearless, U.S. Marine, sits on the table and before the needle ever made it to his arm he passed out cold !<br />
Why ? I have no idea !