this is because of vasovagal reflex reaction, a frightening reaction which includes plunging blood pressure and (often) loss of consciousness. This reaction generally occurs only after the onset of puberty, and is more common in men than women. that is why more men fear needles.
woman have soft skin and use to it man never go to doctor unless if very very sick.
Is that true?
We're the opposite in my house. I'm needle phobic and my husband is fine with them.
?? i have been "shooting up" at least twice daily for 35 years as a type 1 insulin dependent diabetic-no fear here at all. in my experiencel, more girls are afraid of needles than guys-the men who are afraid, appear to have more prolific fears is all.
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