Bennie Sue, where in the world are you sticking that needle?

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Posted by NickD ( on April 09, 2001 at 16:57:19:

In Reply to: Got to disagree with the pain being only the first contact with posted by Bennie Sue on April 09, 2001 at 10:36:11:

Have to agree that Botox injections like such places in the ear, nose, and eyelids are somewhat uncomfortable and novacane injections up the nose are really painful, also hate when they take blood samples from the tip of my fingers, all these areas have lots of nerve endings. Much fewer nerve endings in the arms or legs and very few in the back part of ones skin, try and find a spot with less nerves and you are not suppose to twist the needle or bend it while it's in, in that way I prefer injecting myself as I can stabilize the needle with my left hand while working the injector with the right, do your needles have hooks on the end? They used those kind in the service. Ha, in basic training to big 7 foot monsters grab both my arms under the armpits when walking through a tight door, picked me up off the ground and each had four needles in their hands, quick jab on the plunger that punctured and injected at the same time, didn't know what hit me.

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