Sonnenblume

Sonnenblume

Sunflower Panda
Apr 6, 2018
588
How to I figure out exactly where it is? I have looked at pictures but can't figure it out on my own leg.
 
Maribelle

Maribelle

stupid
Apr 15, 2018
3


I imagine this would work. Just mess around until you locate your pulse.

From another article, "Draw an imaginary line from the hip bone to the pubic bone. This should be just above the natural crease in your body where your lower abdomen meets your thigh. Place your fingers on the hip bone and go toward your belly button about three inches. Then go toward your leg about four inches."
 
Sonnenblume

Sonnenblume

Sunflower Panda
Apr 6, 2018
588
Thank you! I think part of the problem is my vascular system isn't fully developed due to illness as a child so my pulse can be hard to find. I'm actually not planning on this as a method but it's a good thing to know.
 
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Tartuffe

Member
Mar 31, 2022
30
Thank you! I think part of the problem is my vascular system isn't fully developed due to illness as a child so my pulse can be hard to find. I'm actually not planning on this as a method but it's a good thing to know.
Tie a belt or something around your leg around where the artery is tightly and you should feel it throbbing with the pulse? No idea if it’s work i’m just guessing
 
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LittleJem

Enlightened
Jul 3, 2019
1,656
It’s apparently closer to the skin nearer the groin. Don’t know how to locate it though
 
Eternally Dottie

Eternally Dottie

Student
Dec 17, 2021
173
Unless you’re a medic it’s going to be difficult and you will probably encounter a lot of pain trying I would say.
 
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