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plasma donation gone bad?

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Date of posting: 2009-05-20 03:59:29
Page Views: 1661
Dispute with: A Business, Company, or Store
Amount: $1,001 to $10,000
Description: I recently visited a plasma donation center to get some extra cash. At the time of the visit the nurse? proceeded with collecting me plasma. Let me just say this was not my first visit. When putting in the needle it started off not feeling right, quite painful which was unusual. Once she removed the tubing it looked and felt as though liquid was injected below the muscle of my arm. It was squishy and painful to the touch. After about day 3 it shrunk and begin to look awkward (shape) and still painful. It is now a week later and it is bruised badly. It is very painful lift even the lightest object. The pain wakes me from my sleep. I also noticed the bruise is now spreading. I think she did something seriously wrong. Is this grounds to sue?
Zipcode: 29406
State: South Carolina


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healthcare professional 8 years, 5 months ago

it's a hematoma. happens all the time. don't be so dramatic. your vein burst under the skin, and you leaked some blood in there, which is the bruise you see and why it feels tender. it goes away on its own and leaves no lasting damage whatsoever.

Concerned 8 years, 6 months ago

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