I have read that the Jugular vein on the right side should be easier to see than the left. When I lay down with a mirror and a flashlight across my neck I can see my left external jugular vein fill with blood then collapse. Then I look at my right its I can see it fill with blood and collapse but it is obviously weaker then my left. Does anyone know anything about this?Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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