#1
alright so the other day me and some friends were screwin around and i accidently smashed my finger off a tree messin around, so i was good for like 5 minutes then i looked and i realized my finger was bleeding like crazy...so I sucked on it to help it clot, and about 5 minutes later looking at the blood i suddenly got really nauseous and dizzy and couldnt stand or walk...so I laid down and my vision blacked out for a good five minutes then I finally came out of it and my ears started ringing for like five minutes after, as if i'd been listening to very loud music for a long time...it was like twenty minutes before i came out of it, it wasnt really that bad but I'm disturbed by it...is there a word for something like this happening..? I'm dead certain it was because I saw myself bleeding
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Why would you suck on it?? that doesnt exactly help your blood clot.. try pressure next time.
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Why would you suck on it?? that doesnt exactly help your blood clot.. try pressure next time.

this, you just kept losing blood by sucking on it.
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#6
shock/fear of blood, all the blood you sucked up going to your head.
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#7
Shock most likely.
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#9
this is shock my friend, a sign that you had lost too much blood, or just lost it at a fast rate, either way, without blood, the body cannot function properly, and your senses start to take a toll. I had this happen to me when i broke my nose, couldn't stand, felt faint and nauseous, and almost passed out.
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this is shock my friend, a sign that you had lost too much blood, or just lost it at a fast rate, either way, without blood, the body cannot function properly, and your senses start to take a toll. I had this happen to me when i broke my nose, couldn't stand, felt faint and nauseous, and almost passed out.


Most probably this, though.



But the thing is when I got punched in the nose twice in a fight and bled a puddle all over the floor I never got this same feeling I got here
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so wait you just smashed your finger off? a tree? lol jk but damn thats weird
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But the thing is when I got punched in the nose twice in a fight and bled a puddle all over the floor I never got this same feeling I got here


Adrenalin probably stopped you from falling into shock there. No doubt you still felt some of the effects of it after you'd calmed down though.
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I'd have to agree with the guy saying youre adrenaline stopped you from blacking out in the fight. I've seen a guy get his knee popped out of place and stood up because his adrenaline was going.
But probably shock
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#19
I got the same way when I almost cut off part of my thumb, both before and after I got stitches in it. I literally couldn't look at it for like a week or so or I'd start feeling weird. I have no idea if there's a term for it, but I know exactly what you're talking about.
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#20
I think I have the same thing. I remember i cut myself once and while i was cleaning out the cut i started getting dizzy and my vision started going. It was kind of scary.
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I'd have to agree with the guy saying youre adrenaline stopped you from blacking out in the fight. I've seen a guy get his knee popped out of place and stood up because his adrenaline was going.
But probably shock


Adrenaline can make you do some mad things. It can make you much more resistant to pain and and shock, sometimes to a ridiculous extent.

To give a couple of my own examples, I once fell off my bike and gashed my leg. It wasn't particularly deep or painful but within a couple of minutes I was blacking in and out of consiousness and throwing up due to shock.

Another time, somebody stabbed me in the shoulder, causing a quite serious injury and my first reaction was to break a bottle over their head. I barely recognised that I'd just been stabbed or that it might kill me, I just snapped and reacted. It didn't start hurting until about five minutes later and I managed to stay reasonably calm for a couple of hours afterwards thanks to the hefty dose of adrenalin my body had given me. I still felt a lot of the symptoms of shock later on, but they were significantly delayed and not as severe.
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#22
A less extreme version of that happened to me when I popped a blood blister a few days ago. I'm such a bitch.
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#24
This happened to me when i stacked my skateboard a couple of years ago. I was on the way to a mates house and came off, got my finger pretty bad. When i was rinsing it off, i was losing heaps of blood and felt dizzy, my hearing went weird too. I dont think it was shock, im not bothered my blood at all. I think it must have something to do with losing so much
#25
you might also have hemophobia, or the 'blood fear', people who have this can easily pass out at the sight of blood, thing is that it varies from person to person, and doesn't necessarilly have to be there your entire live, it could have developed at some point.
#26
I'd say shock, not so much squeamish or anything. I have nose bleeds, not a lot but regularly, say once a month or so. Anyway, usually it doesn't bother me at all, but one time I was walking out of the living room and hit my foot against the wall by accident, and I think I bent over too fast to see if anything had happened and my nose started bleeding, and I felt dizzy and my vision went a bit weird, similar to what you described. So I'd say its the body being shocked as opposed to you being scared at the sight of blood or anything.