If you’ve ever experienced a blood clot in your hand or arm then you’ve probably experienced this, and it’s a real bummer! This is one of those things that you will often think is “good” before you actually see what the deal is. This is also why the first thing I would do is clean it out, and then put a Band-Aid on it to seal it.
The first thing I would do is clean it out so the blood doesn’t come back up in that vial. The reason why is because you can get a bigger clot if youve just let the blood pool for a long time in the vial. The last thing I would do is put a Band-Aid on it so the blood doesn’t spread in that vial and also so it doesn’t soak through.
It’s not a very smart thing to do. It makes it harder to clean the blood out of the vial and it makes it harder to get the blood clot to spread around. This is why I clean the vial out of the first place before putting the Band-Aid on it. The reason why is because any blood that gets into your body will go into your organs and blood vessels. You don’t want to be putting any more blood in your body than your body can handle.
There are two reasons vials are not recommended for keeping blood from rotting. One is that they can easily overflow and spoil. The other is that they can make it hard for you to wash out the blood clot that has formed in your vial. As a rule of thumb, use only one vial of blood at a time in your vial. If you spill too much blood, just throw out the vial.
To avoid making it hard to wash out the blood clot, try putting the blood in a clean bowl and using your fingers to rub out the blood clot. If it helps, soak the bowl in warm water, then squeeze it to remove the blood clot.
If you’re still using your vial, just don’t fill it with blood. The blood from your vial is a bit like a blood vessel, which can start to form the blood clot. When you’re using the blood in your vial, it’s much more likely to clump together.
If you dont fill it with blood, then you are just feeding the blood clot and not the blood in your blood vessels. You are just throwing it out and not making it harder to wash out.
The good news is that you can wash the blood out of your vial without destroying the blood in your blood vessels. Simply, just soak your vial in warm water and squeeze it out. If you do a thorough clean using soap and water, and dry it with paper towels, then wash it off. But if you just use water and just dont rinse it, then it’ll still be easy to wash off.
This is something I keep doing to avoid getting clogged arteries. The problem is that using soap and water is easy and quick since the blood is already inside the vial. But in the end, it can be a hassle to just empty the vial and wash it off.
I’ve heard of people using bleach, but it’s not the same since the blood is already inside the vial. Bleach can create more clogs (if you get it on your clothes or on your skin) and makes the whole vial smell, which makes it harder to clean. Even with all the bleach, I’ve gotten blood clogs from trying to wash them off.