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Originally posted by redzareptile
reply to post by Amaterasu
have you had your hand x-rayed to see if there us anything there?
Originally posted by Pilot
That is weird, what was the drug she allegedly gave you? Maybe you ought to have it looked at. Do you think it was a chip?
Originally posted by Komaratzi11
I nearly always have to have IV"s and blood draws taken from the top of my hand. It really hurts, especially if the person inserting the needle isn't very careful. Sometimes, I have swelling, pain, and tingling for a while after wards as well. My guess is that she chose to use your hand because she didn't think she could get the job done in one stick or your veins were not optimal for the injection elsewhere. That being said, a good nurse would have at least explained what she was doing and that it would be uncomfortable.
Originally posted by ldyserenity
Sounds like a mild allergy to me. I know morphine makes your blood feel on fire, for a bout a minute after they administer it. So it could have been morphine but the bump forming tells me allergy. Though it would be minor, or you'd be seeing serious problems from it.
Originally posted by fixer1967
Well if there is something there and it is metal there is a easy way to find out. Just get you hand near a high magnetic field like a bulk tape eraser or something and if there is a bit of metal there you will feel it move. A good metal detector should be able to pick it up as well.
On a side note I once worked in a mill and this co-worker told me that ever time he went into the switch gear room he felt a odd tinging in his leg. I told him what I though and it turns out he had a bit of metal in his leg. He had no idea on have it got there.
Originally posted by OneNationUnder
You can rest assured. You're thinking there's a chip inside of you, but there isn't.
If they injected a chip now a days, you would not feel it or see it.
A bump is a damaged vein. When she broke the skin, then the vein, it damaged the vein because she either jabbed it in, or went in at the wrong angle.
Either way, your vein was damaged and it didn't heal properly in the process for whatever reason, thus the bump. She held your hand too hard when the vein was pierced and it wasn't allowed to heal properly so it bunched in one place.
No reason to be paranoid here. As far as her personality was, man, you haven't been in hospitals much have you? I've spent over half my life in them. Her behavior is normal.
Originally posted by caladonea
My first thought was...oh no...she was implanted with a chip....I hope not. I would certainly have my hand x-rayed by someone I trust.