** Originally posted by hugofrye **
This hasn't happened yet but would like to know. According to the Enbrel web site......"Pull the plunger back slightly. If blood comes into the syringe, do not inject Enbrel, because the needle has entered a blood vessel. Withdraw the needle and discard"
1. Why can't I reuse the syringe with my blood in it?
2. What happens if I forget this step and unknowingly inject into a vein?
There must be a good reason for this besides trying to sell me more expensive medication.