I decided to not do the phlebotomy right now because you are completely correct. I am afraid to accidentally hurt the baby in any way and it's a bit late anyways. Can I please ask you some questions seeing as how I will be attending HCC for phlebotomy after birth? I am actually enrolled in a CNA class starting this Monday and it's a month long. Something to add to being a phlebotomist so that I can get a decent paying job and I was told by several nurse friends that if I get both I have a good shot at getting a good job while taking pre-reqs.
I want to ask you though if you don't mind, which HCC did you attend? How long was it? Is there some sort of externship like lonestar offers. I was told that after your classes that they send you to a site to draw at least a 100 viles of blood in a certain amount of time. Was your HCC instructor nice and helpful? If so I might go to the HCC you attended when I do go for phle.
You have no idea how much this helps me!