I had my blood drawn today (fasting glucose), and the tech couldn't get it to come out at a steady rate. she had to keep "pumping" my vein i suppose, around the needle to coerce the blood to come out. And even then it was trickling. She filled a few vials and showed the other tech, and she sounded surprised and said "it's already clotting". Is it bad that it clotted right away? What does that mean?Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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