Napoleon sledz
Napoleon sledz voted up Anonymous' answer

It doesn't hurt unless something goes wrong and: 1) they have to puncture your skin multiple times in order to securely stabilize the needle; 2) they have to place the needle in an unusual or unconventional spot that you're not used to having a needle puncture; 3) the needle is bigger than it actually needs … Read more

Napoleon sledz
Napoleon sledz voted up Didge Doo's answer

I once attended surgery to get my haemorrhoids checked. I didn't realise the guy was actually going to inject them and rode by bicycle to the appointment. It was a very painful 10 km ride home and I realised that day that I didn't have haemorrhoids -- I had stigmata.

Getting an IV is a … Read more