A fear of needles. It wasn't that pleasant to get my wisdom teeth removed, it caused more pain than it probably should have. Ever since, I panick when needles get close to me. And I can't stand blood sometimes. Stupid combination, while being a blood donor, lol. But when I have enough distraction and can look away from things when they insert the needle in a vein, I mostly can stand it.
Hemophobia. Well, I'm not sure if it's hemophobia or not. I had an accident when I was younger. I fell on a vacuum cleaner(one of them weird standup ones) and tore my whole left knee open. There was blood everywhere, and I've only recently started to get over it. Still, whenever I have to go to the quack to get blood drawn, I start shaking like a leaf. Don't get me wrong. I have no problem watching things on tv or playing bloody video games, nor do I have a problem with bandaging wounds. It's just, when blood is being forced out of my body via a foreign entity, I freeze. Maybe it changed over the years. That's possible too, right?