Hi Ellen - It's not that horrible - the techs who draw blood are usually very good at what they do.It'll hurt a little - a hard jab - when the put the needle in, and you may have a tiny bit of soreness afterward. The worst part for me is when they search for a vein.Just close your eyes and avert your head, and don't be afraid to tell the tech that you're terrified.Besides, if you pass out, you're already lying down.Afterward, they'll make you stay around for a short while and give you juice and snacks to make sure your blood sugar's up.I don't like needles either, but it's not that big of a deal.Foolishjk
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