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anonymous

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I am writing a story for my own amusement, and I would like to know what the affect on the body is, if someone draws too much blood from a person too often? Are there side effects, like dizziness, migraines, pain?

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  1. anonymous
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    People usually faints when getting blood drawn.

  2. anonymous
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    When you give repeated injuries to the same area of the same vein without letting the vein regenerate, the vein will be forced to repair (if you cant replace the part, you just have to superglue it together). When that happens, you get scarring. You probably dont need to worry about it unless you get very old (in which case, your regenerative abilities begin to weaken), or you are a drug user or you are on dialysis. @IReallyCouldUseHelp

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    Thank you for your help. :) I was just curious how that might effect someone.

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