Can anyone familiar with human physiology explain this one to me: When I cut my hands (cooking or cleaning, or something), it's no big deal; when I get a cut on my feet (today my daughter's cleets took off most of one of my toenails), I start to black out. Why in the world? I'm generally squeamish about blood, but I can't understand why the drops from my hands or arms should be a non-event, while the bleeding toe has me sitting on the ground with an ice compress to the back of my neck. Any guesses?Email This Post To A Friend
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