Are you frightened of the sight too?

Are you frightened of the sight too?

DreamWolf DreamWolf
To tell the truth it scares the living soul out of me to see any needles in the skin, it is so intense that of course I start to cry, curse, yowl, I would just run out of the world and I am about to have a heart attack, or God knows, all in all I am truly frightened when it comes to such a sight!!! ~yowwwwwwwwls loudly

Are you weirded out by such a sight too? ~lays ears blushy
03/07/2012
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Sammi Sammi
In my own skin, yes, but not when they're in someone else's
03/08/2012
Mwar Mwar
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Originally posted by Sammi
In my own skin, yes, but not when they're in someone else's
Same. I can watch it happen to someone (I've even stuck people) but I have to look away when I get stuck.

And I get laughed out. The irony is i'm pre-med.
03/08/2012
PeaceToTheMiddleEast PeaceToTheMiddleEast
I look away when I get stuck too.
03/08/2012
js250 js250
After I had to get my face sewn up as a child, with no anesthetic...HELL YEAH!! I cannot stand needles of any sort going into anyone for any reason.
03/08/2012
Rossie Rossie
I look away.
03/08/2012
wildorchid wildorchid
I look away too. Yuck!
03/08/2012
GONE! GONE!
Yes. I can't look!
03/08/2012
bayosgirl bayosgirl
I am not fond of it, but there are other things I'm more afraid of.
03/08/2012
P'Gell P'Gell
No. I'm a nurse. You have to become desensitized to things like needles, blood, guts etc. I don't like seeing myself stuck, but it doesn't bother me a great deal.
03/08/2012
Nora Nora
This would be very awkward for me if it were true! I have had Diabetes for over 21 years now (22 years at Thanksgiving this year)!

However, when I was first diagnosed (back when needles were easily two to three times the size they are now) at the ripe "old" age of 10, my best friend was deathly afraid of needles and would literally hide in her closet when I had to get an insulin injection! Mind you needles weren't "giant" then either...but probably over 1/2 an inch still. Several years later, when we were 14, she was also diagnosed Diabetic and very quickly got over her fear of needles.
03/08/2012
El-Jaro El-Jaro
I only look away when I'm getting poked because it seems to hurt more if I look...strangest thing.
03/08/2012
Rin (aka Nire) Rin (aka Nire)
I don't like to look when I'm the person getting the needle. When I was really little my parents would help me with doctor visits by having me look away if I needed a shot, and that's always stuck with me. In anyone else, it all depends on where it's going (the shoulder is easier to watch than inside the elbow, for example) and how big the needle is.
03/08/2012
aliceinthehole aliceinthehole
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Originally posted by El-Jaro
I only look away when I'm getting poked because it seems to hurt more if I look...strangest thing.
ditto!
03/08/2012
Beck Beck
I guess I am really odd, but I love to look. I like to watch it done to others as well. I love the feeling of being poked as well. In fact I get somewhat turned on. The lady always tells me you might want to look away and is surprised when I say that is okay. I just find enjoyment in the oddest things I guess.
03/08/2012
Master DarkWolf Master DarkWolf
Nope, and it sucks that you are when W/we are watching movies.
03/08/2012
indiglo indiglo
I don't have an issue with needles at all. Years ago I did, but then about a decade ago I started having serious health issues, and the doctor would take tons of blood to run tons of tests... so I got used to it. I like to watch now too! In fact now I even give myself a weekly shot in the thigh.

My partner on the other hand... major aversion to needles.
03/08/2012
K101 K101
Quote:
Originally posted by DreamWolf
To tell the truth it scares the living soul out of me to see any needles in the skin, it is so intense that of course I start to cry, curse, yowl, I would just run out of the world and I am about to have a heart attack, or God knows, all in all I am ...
Doesn't bother me. I've been getting injections every 3 months for about 7 years now so I've grown somewhat used to it, but I don't think I'll ever be FULLY used to it. Lately though, my issue with needles in my mouth has grown! My dentist loves to spread out every tee-tiny thing that he possibly can so I've had to have the injections in my upper cheek (unecessarily!) two times and still have one more to go Wed. And I'm almost sure he's going to spread this one, which is actually the finishing of a procedure out so that way I have MORE needles in my darn cheek. It didn't bug me the first time, but it's extremely painful and the pain from it lasts me days every time so I'm beginning to be way more squirmy with needles. Last month I had 4 injections! 2 in my mouth on diff. days and 2 in my arm in the same day. I'm telling you, I might as well be a pin cushion at this point.
03/09/2012
Michele Michele
I look away when it's my own body but, I can watch someone else.
03/09/2012
gorgeous gorgeous
I like needles.... I don't look away because no one is going to stick me without me seeing if they are doing it right. I'm also a nurse so I do have to give injections too. I donate blood and they use big needles for that. I would much rather get a shot than to have to take a pill any day.
04/28/2012
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