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Pour alcohol on, it will stop bleeding once you stop running around like a wild man wheee.gif
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post #22 of 80
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it won't stop bleeding and feels like it's on fire... a little bit of flesh inside came out cryingsmiley.gif

Thats just fatty pulp tissue... cut it off (the tissue, not your finger) or push it back in and throw a bandaid on it.

When was you last Tetanus shot?
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@OP -

You can help stop the bleeding with coffee grinds - just put a hefty amount in a small bowl and stick your finger in there. Might sting at first but it will help the blood coagulate. Used to do this a lot in the restaurant business. redface.gif

( edit )

You don't need stitches - you can tell from your pictures. Use super glue if it's worse than bandaid status but not stitch status. Krazy glue is fine - it works excellently. Have also used that a lot but not in the restaurant business. tongue.gif
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post #24 of 80
Worse then when I cut my fingers setting up my Kaze 3k rpm fans for benching. time to start benching in gloves.
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I used to be a tech guy like you, then I took a fan to the index.

I see what you did there. OP PM me your address and I'll mail you 1 of my daughters Hello Kitty band aids. They're pretty awesome. thumb.gif
post #26 of 80
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@OP -
You can help stop the bleeding with coffee grinds - just put a hefty amount in a small bowl and stick your finger in there. Might sting at first but it will help the blood coagulate. Used to do this a lot in the restaurant business. redface.gif
( edit )
You don't need stitches - you can tell from your pictures. Use super glue if it's worse than bandaid status but not stitch status. Krazy glue is fine - it works excellently. Have also used that a lot but not in the restaurant business. tongue.gif

OMG... so thats why my coffee sometimes tastes like iron??? wth.gif
post #27 of 80
Is your blood colour light because of flash, arent you suffering from anemia? I always get stuck my fingers in fans but dont end up like that rolleyes.gif
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OMG... so thats why my coffee sometimes tastes like iron??? wth.gif

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the super glue idea is not a horrible idea. It does work great to seal up wounds so it helps stop the bleeding.

super glue was actually developed by the US Army as a way of sealing wounds in Vietnam...so yeah, a pretty good idea.
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I used to be a tech guy like you, then I took a fan to the index

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