Does a petechial rash under a baby's eyes mean that she's has been choked or hurt by someone?
How soon will scleroderma show up in blood work?
What can blood work tell you?
What could be going on if my four year old has a very high white blood count?
What does it mean if I have low rbs and low wbc blood counts?
What does rdw indicate in a blood test?
What is normal blood work done on canines?
Getting blood work doesn't hurt at all. It is a myth. Wise people know the value of the job and appreciate it. Its a life saving work.
Having blood drawn is generally not painful apart from an initial prick upon insertion/a tinge when the needle comes out. I found it less painful than a TB test.
Getting blood work is relatively painless. You will have a needle inserted into your arm. This causes a slight pinch. That is the only pain involved.
Taking blood from a person's body can result by wakeing up the nerves in the body, causing stress and emotions to the person that is being effected by it.
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