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Thursday, February 13, 2020

Boredom Eliminating Post

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    1. Two years ago and I'm not scared of injections, I prefer injection to tablet.

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    2. I had mine today.. Went for my third dosage of TT injection today as a pregnant woman. No much drama despite the fact say I dey fear injections

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    3. 26th dec 2019. Intravenous and oh yes my hand swelled. Could not use it for 2wks.

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    4. 2nd of January 2020..Epidural.

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    5. Madame koinkoin aka the 'peace maker'13 February 2020 at 21:54

      12/02/2020

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    1. 2017.. I reacted badly to the injection. It was supposed to make me stop vomitting, but it was moving my mouth to one side and jamming my teeth.. Thank God they had the antidote and that one caused me hallucination.. My husband said I kept calling a dead friend of mine and telling her to wait for me... Phewww

      Thank God it ended up a story

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    2. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ chummy Nnem, sorry o. Your last sentence cracked me up. Sorry babe πŸ˜„.

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  3. I received injection last year though September (vaccines πŸ’‰)

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  4. About 15months ago. Pain killers after surgery before I switched to suppository. I actually prefer needles to tabs, I'm not consistent with tabs and I hate the smell of most of them.

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  5. SDK is it injection or injectioooooon lol? I had the former about a year ago as for the latter hmmmmmm, desert encroachment has happened to that one.

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  6. I received injections on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday... My buttocks is still paining me, I have applied cream and hope it will relieve me in few days.

    I have always preferred injections to drugs. I believe it work faster, but, one has to be careful with the nurses.

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    1. Aww! Sorry Ms A..hope u r better now? Why not use ice to melt it?
      xx

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    2. Yes darling, I feel better now. I'm grateful to God and the doctors that He used to perfect my healing

      πŸ’–πŸ’–

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    3. Use ice cube it will do wonders to your buttocks Pele.
      Injection works faster than drugs and it cure better than drugs too. I can take injection everyday without getting fed up but not with drugs.

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    4. Ms A, you're very correct! Some nurses would do better as Carpenters I swear down...

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    5. Sorry about that Ms A... hope you feel better now.

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    6. Thanks to you all beautiful ladies πŸ’•πŸ’•πŸ’•πŸ’•πŸ’•πŸ’•

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    7. Awww Ms A
      I'm glad you're better now ma Cherie.

      Big hug
      Use some ice it would help .
      I hate intramuscular injections I prefer intravenous though I had a bad experience today but I still prefer it .

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    8. Some nurses’ hands can pain but some others, you will not even know when they are through injecting you. I also prefer injections to tablets. I always ask doctors can’t I take only injections and they will reply that you must also take tablets. I hate tablets biko!

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    9. Use kerosene . It heals faster.

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    10. Madame koinkoin aka the 'peace maker'13 February 2020 at 21:57

      So sorry Ma , you'll be fine Ms.A

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  7. Mine was May 5th 2010, I had malaria and went to pharmacy. After the injection I couldn't walk again. Took bike from ogui road to my house. I got to my house, I couldn't walk again. Come and see prayers, I said to myself, so I won't walk again abi? After prayers, I cried and slept. I woke up the next day,I started walking.

    The last time, I received injection was in 2015, when I had a minor surgery. I hate that injection with passion.

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    1. Maybe they gave you that injection that can temporary weak your legs but after some times it will come back to normal.

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    2. You're right. It was so scary. Lol, Thanks for the info

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  8. Can't remember my injection story, few weeks ago I went for my first ever blood test and when i saw the needle i wanted to pass out. The clinician was like if you continue like this I'm afraid i won't go ahead with the test, if you see the way i shut my eyes tight until he finished. Think i have needlephobiaπŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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    1. Fear fear, you are like my sister in-law when she went for all the various test with my brother to the hospital before they got married. Babe was shouting like someone was going to kill her, see crying like a baby just because of blood test oh. She doesn't like injection even till now anything needle can make her run for her life.

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  9. Nehhh! Injections don't scare me but general anesthesia is a whole other scary shit. I do not like the feeling when waking up and i greatly have the fear of being subconscious when under. 😡

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    1. I feel comfortable with injection, the after effects of anesthesia is not here oh, I was in another world during my surgery last year. Took the anesthesia that keeps you awake while everything is going on, see me gisting with the doctors, I could hear the senior Doctor Saying this lady is so brave. When I could feely legs after the surgery was when I started complaining to the doctor πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ I toty legs was cut off cos every other part of my body was functioning only my legs. Thank God everything came back to normal after 6 hours or so.

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  10. Late last month. I prefer injection to drugs. I prefer taking 4 injections to taking 2 tablets.

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    1. Honestly I don't like anyone
      But I can still manage tablets

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  11. It's been ages o.

    Most horrible experience with injections was when one quack administered it on my childhood friend. He was seriously sick, so his mom took him to the nearest pharmacy. Madam was just learning o, and oga wasn't around. That was how she injected the poor guy. Few minutes later, he couldn't stand unaided. When the mom noticed, nurse Eriza claimed it was the effect of the injection. His mom now carried him on the back. 2 days after, he still couldn't walk. That was how they started going from one hospital to another. Victor almost got crippled, it was just God.

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  12. Around 12th of December 2019. I hear ween in the hand of that wicked chew at PHC Abagana in Anambra state. I didn't blame her Shaaa I blame Morning sickness that showed me shege. This lady almost killed me why trying to canulate me with scalp vein needle. When I told her to use canular she bluntly refused and told me I should go ahead and cannulate myself with the said cannular. Chaiii...my people I suffered this particular day no be lie. My husband even join me in shedding tears when he saw what I was going through and this evil chew asked my Hubby why he was crying as if his wife died. Imagine the nonsense. My hubby quickly rejected it in Jesus name that his wife shall not die but live to proclaim the goodness of God. After all said and done I was discharged home in the evening.

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    1. Always pray to meet good and carrying nurses or doctors but if you call in the hands of heartless nurses your talk na say gobe.

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    2. Only in Nigeria u need to pray to meet caring doctors or nurses.. they are naturally like that in d abroad !!

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    3. Yes 19:22
      They've no empathy especially those in government hospitals
      I've heard/ read tales on peoples experience.

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  13. Two months ago as I am pregnant with my angel atm... chai so my baby go get British passport ... thank God for my life .. it was worth it

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  14. Last Friday.
    My doctor prescribed the injection for me, I went to the pharmacy, made my purchase and returned to the nursing station. When the nurse saw my needle and syringe, she said Kai this needle would be painful o.... She went to her office and brought a different needle for me.
    As she pierced me, I felt my right leg go numb. I was screaming "Remove it!, remove it!"
    When she was done she walked out of the room. My brothers and sisters. I was there for over 10mins, I was crying and calling taxi to come because I thought I had just lost my leg
    I still went to her office to thank her and she was like ah ahn. You've been there? You should have prepared your mind na, I told you
    Told me whaaat? (In Lasisi's voice)

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    1. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚
      Some nurses !!!!

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    2. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ€£πŸ€£πŸ€£πŸ€£

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    3. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ you are shouting remove it like is prick πŸ™ŠπŸ™ŠπŸ™ŠπŸ™ŠπŸ™ŠπŸ™ŠπŸ™ŠπŸ™ŠπŸ™Š

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    4. Courtesy leave me ooπŸ˜‚

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    1. No jokes Cyn... the mere thought of needles make me cringe.

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    2. Lmao.
      I used to be scared especially when those nurses used to lie that the needle would break if you stiffened your bum.

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    3. I avoid them as much as I can, but when I have to, no sweat I take it as a pro.πŸ’ͺ🏽

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  16. The short, not me though, a small boy of 4years there about. I was waiting for some one opposite one private hospital receiving a call. Before my call could end, this lil cutie ran to me and hugged me. I was surprised though, I hugged him back. Then I asked him, what he was doing by the road side and where are his parents, he then showed me his house on the street. For him not to miss, I took him to the house he pointed, the gate was locked and no one was responding. I became confused, the little boy was still holding my hands and telling me no injection please Aunty. He started crying 😒, me I started binding him if he was agent of darkness.
    Just then a young woman called his name and ran to where we stood. She said this boy will not kill him, that he was in the hospital and doctor πŸ₯Ό was about to give him injection, he then started crying weeeeweeee
    The mother asked him to go peee while the doctor prepare the injection. The boy ran away and that was how he met me and was crying no injection.

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    1. Omg!! You jean she let a four year old go pee all by himself?? What if it were someone else? God put you there for that child at the right time. Scary though.

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    2. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚@ i started binding him if he was the agent of darkness.... this cracked me up.

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    3. Oh dear
      Wow !!!
      Thank God nothing happened to him .
      Lmao @ agent of darkness πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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  17. 6 years ago when i was in Delivery for my Last baby.

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  18. August 1st 2019.
    I love injection better than drugs.

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  19. 15th of February will make it a year I recieved injection when I gave birth to my 2nd baby..ohh how time flies. my booboo will be one on the 15th... I love you so much, you are worth all the stress I went through

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  20. I received injection last in 2017.

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  21. 2018 for Hepatitis B vaccination, on another note, please make una help me for this matter. Fear don dey catch me, my bubble go soon burst o. two boyfriends dey sweet until valentines day. how do I share myself bikonu?

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  22. last month ending i was so ill, i had to go to school the clinic....on inserting the IV line it hurt like mad becos they could nt locate a vein after 2 attempts it was finally inserted. i was given 3 shots of injections, boy!! it was painful.
    It got to a point i teared up.

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    1. So, as you dey, you come de cry for just shots..
      Next time you make noise, l go bring some shots your way.

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    2. lol... i didnt tear up because of the shot, i was getting worse and i was alone in the clinic

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    3. Sorry about that
      I know how that feels experienced It today lol it was very crazy.

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  23. 2010, collected 8 injections once and it was intravenous. It's a miracle I am still alive. But for his Mercies. So much to be thankful for. Awesome God

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    1. 😊☺πŸ€—πŸ€—πŸ€—πŸ€—πŸ€—πŸ€—πŸ€—πŸ€—

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    2. @ChocolΓ‘t Noir. Thanks so much. Good evening

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  24. I received injection πŸ’‰ 8 years ago.

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    1. I'd really love to have this experience.
      Last year I had at least 50 injections
      Looooooooool

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  25. Last time I took injection was 2017 when I had my son.. the nurses had to hold me down before they could give me one cos I was in labour but Soo scared... I hate injections.. I'm sooooo scared of them . I didn't finish my tetanus shots cos I'm scared of needles..

    The irony of this all is that I administer injections to people on a daily basis.. I've given two people today sef

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      Lmao
      People that administer injections often fear injections

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  26. I received injection last month, I was just thinking if my bum bum was used as a lab rat.. These our Nigerian nurses are wonderful

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  27. There is this vaccine, ladies of child bearing age takes. (Can't remember the name). Was still in school around 2017 when I took the vaccine. My arm was so sore for some days.

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  28. I am scared of injection.

    I remembered a pregnant lady at health centre when I took my son there two years ago. Just for the nurse to take her blood sample o, the lady was just crying and jumping up and down like a baby. See the way the nurses were just insulting her ehn, I felt pity for her. I am very sure she won't go back there again.

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  29. An unforgettable experience.
    I have always had serious phobia for injections and hospitals.
    I can remember when I fell sick at age 18,my mum had to hold my bum in place before the nurse could stick it in.
    And the nurse made a joke that everyone laughed at except me and mummy.
    She said with this big bum bum u dey still fear. Wey e suppose to be shock absorber πŸ‘ŽπŸ˜³πŸ˜©.
    To the main gist while pregnant with my first baby I had to take the tetanus injection
    I was literally shaking sef, and no privacy. Pregnant women everywhere, military nurses and doctors.
    I gave the woman a weak smile, Ma please do it small.
    She just hissed, brought out the needle and stab me.
    I screamed and cried to everyone's surprise.
    Shebi e for end there. Let me carry my tears and go home.
    No o!
    Nurses started laughing making mean jokes
    See this one
    How you wan con born?
    I sure say the pri*** big pass this needle
    You cry?
    E sweet you ba?
    😭😭😭
    Plenty talk sha.

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    2. πŸ˜‚ πŸ˜‚ πŸ˜‚ πŸ˜‚ πŸ˜‚ πŸ˜‚ πŸ˜‚ πŸ˜‚ πŸ˜‚

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  30. 9 months ago
    I am not scared of injections or drugs, even when i was a kid

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  31. Injection before I was stitched up after delivery in December.

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  32. Two days ago. Took it intravenously (my first time). I'm still shaken by the experience, aside from the fact that my line gets tissued on time and they have to poke again to look for another vein, I saw someone die and it all happened in front of me.

    From when he was brought in - resuscitation - flatline. I saw all and I just feel his death would have been avoidable and the hospital thinks so too (though it's hush hush in the hospital). I just want to forget it but I keep seeing his pale face and feet. How do I forget this thing quickly?

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    1. I usually prefer the cannula on my forearm
      This way it doesn't tissue so fast .

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  33. can't remember sha...buh if every drugs prescribed could be taken as injection instead... I'd choose that any day any timeπŸ€—πŸ€—πŸ€— I've always loved injections right from when I was little...#BaeisBeulah

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  34. Last Year November to avoid post natal hemorrhage.

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  35. I take injection every now and then. pls how can people with BG O+ do to boost immune system?

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  36. Stella 2016 and I cried OOOOO. I'm afraid of injection 😒😒😒

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  37. Took injection for yellow fever two week ago.

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