Picturit

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photoblog image .....42 times.....

.....42 times.....

After the knee replacement, each night before sleeping, for 42 days Ginnie had to inject herself with Flaxiparine 0,6 ML.

This is done to prevent getting thrombosis.

What a trooper she is.

No need to say I had some fun with the throw-aways......

 

 

photoblog image DSC_0891SC.jpg

.....42 times.....

After the knee replacement, each night before sleeping, for 42 days Ginnie had to inject herself with Flaxiparine 0,6 ML.

This is done to prevent getting thrombosis.

What a trooper she is.

No need to say I had some fun with the throw-aways......

 

 

photoblog image DSC_0891SC.jpg

comments (15)

  • Ray
  • Thailand
  • 4 Mar 2015, 00:34
Ha Ha

More fun for you than for Ginnie, Astrid.
Picturit: Absolutely, at the end there was almost no room to poke the thing in. It was (some parts still are) black and blue all over. We kept saying, it is for a good cause. Thromboses is something you don't want to have.....
I was able to put water in one of them and play around.... now the container is waiting for me to take back to the pharmacy to be destroyed.
Astrid.
Needles aren't fun, but that sure is a lot of them.
The crimson is compelling to look at.
Picturit: sad no they are no fun at all and now we do understand if you are a diabetics, you have a lifetime of 'torture' your self.
I have to say that these object fascinate me. so simple but such a great design.
Astrid.
I'm glad you kept these for some photographic fun! These are very creative shots!
Poor Ginnie. I know how she feels, having had to do that myself... it gets old fast!
  • Lisl
  • Batheaston
  • 4 Mar 2015, 06:14
Brave Ginnie is all I can say, apart from brilliant pics!
  • Chris
  • England
  • 4 Mar 2015, 06:28
As you say - what a trooper!
Every night since then I say "THANK YOU, GOD" that I don't have to inject myself anymore. UGH. That was not fun.

I must add that the design of the syringe is such that when you're done, the outside barrel slides over the needle and locks, making it impossible for the needle to be used again or left to injure someone. I did NOT lock the last one so you could play around with it. And play you did. I love it. smile
  • Philine
  • Germany
  • 4 Mar 2015, 07:00
Oh, I know this - after my hip operation I myself had to inject such a syringe against thrombosis into my belly for about 35 days. It looks more dangerous than it is!
Well I think that Ginnie is very brave. Quite a collection you have there Astrid, don't prick yourself.
A trooper indeed but what progress she is making. smile
  • Philine
  • Germany
  • 4 Mar 2015, 09:35
I had to inject the syringe in the morning.
wow Astid... what a trooper she is...and nice of you to make the best of it
Mix some liquid bleach and water and 'paint' a black tee shirt with you syringe. It is easy to write or print with it.
  • Louis
  • South Africa
  • 4 Mar 2015, 11:38
So my guess of anti-stol was good smile But it was easy - my son had a hip replacement and his last shot was administered on Friday past. Everyone said he is fine and he left with his family for their home in Namibia this morning at 04:30. After a little more than a month, my house is silent. But I had a great time with the grandchildren.
  • Roland
  • United States
  • 4 Mar 2015, 12:07
wow, perfect photo!
I admire Ginnie... and you, for being her support... needless to say, fine shots...

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