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Re: [IP] Can you believe this?

Last time I gave blood they took the sample for the heatocrit out of my earlobe.
I wish I was coordinated enough to do it myself. It hurts alot less than anywhere
on the fingers. There are very few nerve endings in your earlobe.   Sally

email @ redacted wrote:

> <snip>
> > the little lancet than the 16 gauge needle they use for blood collections?"
> > He said that was the case for a lot of blood donors. I called him a
> weenie
> > "Duh!", I said, "why don't you use the sides of the finger, where there
> are
> > fewer nerves?" Still, though, I'd rather use a lancet any day than a 16
> gauge
> > needle in my elbow. Maybe I'm the weenie!
> > -David
> No, you are not the weenie-man, because we have got you "Pumped Up"
> George
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