I spent the other night in the ER. They put a white piece of plastic shaped like a needle but much thicker and easily over 3 inches long into what I thought was my brachial artery. But that wouldn't make sense because IVs are put into veins, right?
Tons of blood flowed out of it when I pushed off with that arm to stand up, even with the bandage on.
There is bruising now a little above the crook in my arm.
My arm is still sore, but I assume I can keep lifting just with a little weakness.
I was too out of it to ask what it was at the time, and not having luck with google.
A big thing like a brachial artery just heals itself instead of "growing" a new one, right?
Wtf did they put into my arm? =/