BloodStone wrote:If you are still typing, then you are replacing blood that has been lost. If you have an open wound and are still losing blood, you may want to see a doctor pronto.
Blood transfusions are for people who are unable to stop blood lose or need to replace bad blood in their system. It's like an oil change for you're car. They hook you up to a tube. They either pull blood out of one end ,while filling you back up on another tube, or they just close you're open wound while filling you back up with blood.
If you are alive to know you are losing too much blood, then you should be at a hospital.
In all honesty I think I was close to the hospital scenerio. It's actually not from a wound, but from something a girl is supposed to get 5 days a month that actually kept going for four months. Still there but barely. My doc knows, but I was actually curious just in case what they are doing now doesn't work and this is the option they might have to take... though it's still a curious thought.
Though with what Bloodstone first said is a bit comforting. Not only that I was curious.
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