TT swab test first experience in his Life

by - October 21, 2020

Always heard of other people talks about Covid19 Swab test Experience.
Now it's My (Hubby) Turn to Tell You, How He Feel Before, During, After Covid19 Swab test Experience Yesterday.

After wrote consent letter, show IC, let medical personnel check name list. After confirmed, returned my IC and gave me the test tube with my name sticker. She said "go to row 2." After that my colleague ask me "want any tissue?" I thought a while and both said together for "for backup. " I went to row2, gave my test tube to medical personnel.

He said "take out mask and relax. " I take down my mask, he said "don't resist." May be that time my face looks nervous, haha. 

I opened my mouth, he put a stick into my mouth and less than 1 second take out. Can feel something touch my throat but no pain, no itch. His skill very good. Next he took the stick put inside my nose. 

I can't see very clearly and immediately close my eye. This time my nose had feeling, felt like water suck into nose, but not pain, just very not comfortable. Tears came out but not dropped down from my eye. 

And He said "not need open mouth." Haha again, first time no experience. All test done. Whole process, less than 5second.


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