Hello fellow bloggers/blog readers,
I wonder…What is a transjection?…
Eek! I have started my medication! A lovely lady called Rachael came to my house the other day and taught me and my parents how to use the Zomajet Vision X (My needle-free medication device). She told us how to look after it, how to make the medicine and how to actually perform the transjection…etc..etc.
A transjection is an injection done without needles but with air pressure. We were shown how to do everything 2-3 times before we properly got the hang of everything.
When loading the Jetpen with the medication we had to make sure that there were no air bubbles, every single time I did this there were no air bubbles but every time my parents did it there were. So, I am officially the air bubble queen! Rachael said that she had never seen someone do it first time without air bubbles- impressed!?
When it came to ‘transjecting’ myself I was terrified as I didn’t know what it would feel like, but then we did it and I was fine, I hardly felt anything. there was a-lot of residue left over on my skin and we were curious so we were told to call Rachael the next day and tell her how that one went and if it was the same scenario then we would have to look into it. The same thing happened, so we were told to change the head to a fresh one for the next day. We did this but still had the same problem.
We have been told to wait for the ‘B’ heads (there are two different types of heads for the Jetpen, most people need the ‘A’ head but some need the ‘B’) hopefully they will work out, fingers crossed! They should be delivered on Tuesday but until then I will have to continue using the ‘A’ head.
So that’s my first transjection story, and the start to my first year of growing.
Never stop wondering…