Ok. Today I got shocked by like a 151 V. It didn't hurt but i was shaken it was my first time getting shocked.. and im still shaking from it.. very lightly. Im not hurt or anything but i still feel wierd..
crazayyXblondeXox answered Wednesday December 28 2005, 10:29 pm: wow thats strong voltage holy mole! How long has it been?
if it has been more that 2-3 hours, call for help most likely ambulance. If you can drive, DONT! the shaking might get worse and cause an accident on the road. If you can't drive and don't want to take an ambulance for one reason or another, than have a parent, relative, brother, sister, or friend drive you :}
orphans answered Tuesday December 27 2005, 6:42 am: yes let i pass, eventually the shaking will wear off. Ive gotten shocked so many times and its scary, your probly still scared which is part of the reason you're still shaking, so if you maybe forget about it you will stop! [ orphans's advice column | Ask orphans A Question ]
SWEETXLOVE answered Tuesday December 27 2005, 6:10 am: OUCH! yeah i would definatley let is pass overnight. but it nothing changes the next day or two, you should start to get worried, and do something about it. hope all goes well!
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Melanie4981 answered Monday December 26 2005, 2:47 am: Hiya
If it didn't do you any harm pretty much immediately (other than the shaky feeling etc etc!) then I would probably hedge my bets on you being o.k!
If you are still shaky in the morning and feel out of sorts than I would let your parents know and get them to take you to the E.R!
Good Luck (and in future try not to shock yourself with electricity - if in the future you feel the need to shock yourself, either dye your hair bright pink and get a mohican or jump in a bath of iced water on a cold day!)
therocketsummer answered Monday December 26 2005, 2:29 am: Yes, just let yourself rest over night and in the morning see what it's become. If nothing's changed and you're still a little shaken you might let your parents know of it, if they do not already.
This could be potentionaly serious, but I highly doubt it. Just keep an eye out on it and if nothing changes positivly then see a doctor about it.
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