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Which did you fear more growing up and still do now?
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Explain in great detail.
Let me know if a thread like this exist.


My Turn:

I'm more afraid of the eye doctor than any other doctor. I get a panic attack to moment something gets in my eyes. I can not stand eye drops, contacts are frightening, and hair going in my eye scares the hell out of me.

It ironic how I'd prefer laser eye surgery to getting contacts instead.

Thanks a bunches.
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The dentist....still fucking terrified of it.
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Getting shots. I won't act like a wimp and cry/scream, but I hate the idea of something going under my skin and injecting crap in me. It isn't the pain either.
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sdisanno wrote:

The dentist....still fucking terrified of it.


Ever watched the horror film.
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Being naked in public...anyone???
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You didn't have any of my choices at all, actually. I've never feared any of those, nor do I.
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I never feared any of those, and still don't.
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lorreen wrote:

I never feared any of those, and still don't.


Good to know.
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firefox39 wrote:

You didn't have any of my choices at all, actually. I've never feared any of those, nor do I.


Sorry about that.
I want to put things like that because I rather know people's feelings about doctors than other things. Good to know you were never afraid of any of these.
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I am afraid of driving... still am.
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qualeshia3 wrote:


firefox39 wrote:

You didn't have any of my choices at all, actually. I've never feared any of those, nor do I.


Sorry about that.
I want to put things like that because I rather know people's feelings about doctors than other things. Good to know you were never afraid of any of these.


It's cool.

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ThrenodialSoul wrote:

I am afraid of driving... still am.


I never gotten the chance to take the road test.
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Thanks.
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qualeshia3 wrote:



Thanks.


No problem
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I use to have a fear of needles. H-A-T-E-D shots with a passion.

However, I recently went in for some "middle age guy" screening and they shot me with a couple liquids that smelled like gasoline and drew some blood. None of which hurt at all. Here's something cool that I learned:

Modern needles are ultra-sharp. They're not like they were when I was a teen, and let me tell you, the needles they used when I was a kid were about as sharp as a bowling ball. So that's changed.

Also, if you have someone that is extremely experienced in using needles, they will almost never hurt. Now, if you get some klutz that misses your vein, then well, that's going to suck no matter how sharp the needle is.

But with the combo of a skilled phlebotomist and ultra-sharp needles, you shouldn't feel a thing (or much of one).
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