The Arm Feels Like Being Electrocuted After A Blood Donor?
I want to ask, yesterday was my first blood donation, after the donor I felt that every time I put my hand down like a shocked person, why is that? thank you
p dir = "ltr"> Hi, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com
The electrocution in your arm can be related to previous blood donor actions and may not. In general, the sense of shock caused by disruption of the following 2 things, namely:
1. Sudden stimulation of the peripheral nerves that innervate.
2. Excessive and prolonged emphasis on blood vessels that bleed.
To overcome this, you can free your arms from pressure, such as narrow sleeves, bracelets, etc. Compress using ice on the area of the arm that is injected. Consumption of B vitamins as nerve vitamins and vitamin C as vitamins that improve the function of blood vessel walls to be stronger. You can also take over-the-counter anti-inflammatory drugs. However, if the complaint bothers you, consult your nearest specialist.
Thus hopefully useful.