Tuesday, May 28, 2019

Insta Scoop: Nadine Samonte Uses the Syringes She Endured During Her Pregnancies in Photoshoot of Babies


Images courtesy of Instagram: nadinesamonte

31 comments:

  1. Very touching post

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    1. ginaya nya sa internet pero dangerous ito atey

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    2. 11:08 true. ginaya nya lang. madami at matagal na meron nagpost ng ganyan sa net

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  2. Ok sana pero unhygienic pero siguro nasanitize naman. Nice photo, the sacrifes of a mother.

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  3. Is this supposed to be disposed properly? (Sorry I work in the laboratory so I feel ugh reading that she kept everything)

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    1. Yeah, patients should not be allowed to store these syringes after they have been used. It is unsanitary and falls under biohazard waste category.

      Also, the concept of these photos also have morbidness about them, I wonder as to the state of mind of the mother. I hope the doctor who allowed for these syringes to be utilized at home have them collected and disposed of properly in accordance with the proper health code regulations. Hindi po talaga pwedeng itago sa bahay ang mga ganyan.

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    2. Yes, it should be. Classified as biohazardous waste so separate from regular trash dapat.

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  4. Itutusok ko sa kanila... what a very bad taste joke.

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  5. Kinilabutan po ako. Parand di ko kaya titigan bilng may phobia ako sa needles.

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  6. more than being ‘nakakakilabot’, i think keeping these needles is a health hazard.

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  7. Used syringes should be disposed properly. I am diabetic and take my blood sugar level 4x a day, inject myself with insulin 4x a day (luckily I use pen needles). I can not picture myself keeping these needles as a souvenir. Unsanitary, dangerous if someone is poked accidentally, and most of all, can land in the hands of undesirables. Once used, they are put inside a well sealed container and disposed in a designated area. I am not sure if the Philippines have a proper disposal area for needles.

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  8. Tinignan ko yung photos sa mismong post ng niceprint and tinanggal naman pala yung needles. These are syringes only. Wag oa

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  9. Wow! Ano kayang magigingg rection ng mga anak nya pagnakita yan?

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  10. Guys - ang arte nyo naman. She was making a statement and I’m sure she doused these syringes with alcohol, soap, water, vinegar etc and kept them locked away just for this. Also - it was used on her -
    Not random people. She isn’t stupid naman -
    I’m fairly certain she was careful. Relax people

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    1. May mga needles pa. Even if she doused them with water, alcohol, etc... hindi talaga souvenir ang mga yan. Dispose of it properly. Biohazardous waste yan. She can take it back to the clinic that provided her so they can throw it away for her according properly.

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  11. Ang dami nnmang pawoke na comments. Goodness! #SMH

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    1. What do you mean by that? I think it’s proper naman to call this out. I work in the hospital and used needles should be discarded properly. Accidents like needle prick could happen, and yes, that’s dangerous. That is not being ‘pa woke’ or what have you. You need to be informed kasi you sound like you know nothing yet you have the liberty to call the comments pa-woke!

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    2. Anong pa-woke? Yung keeping used needles may be hazardous sa health and unhygienic? Hindi mo kelangan maging “woke” para malaman yang mga bagay na yan. Common sense lang. ikaw ba itatago mo yung used cotton ball or tissue? Duh.

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    3. this is not about pawoke. unsanitary talaga ang used syringe. plus meron pang needles.

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  12. Old concept. Someone did this already. As in same implementation. Sana nilagyan ng twist man lang.

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    1. 8:35 uso naman gaya-gaya ngayon

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  13. 1:09 omg! Ikaw yung mga balat sibuyas na walang ginawa kung hindi mag reklamo! That was a funny joke and we all know na she wont do it! Back in tne days mas malala pa diyan ang mga biro ng mga nanay pero lumaking ok ang mga anak! D ka mag susurvive sa mundong ito kung ganyan pag iisip mo!

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  14. Oo nga may needles pa.. San kahit yung syringe na lang tinago nya.. Dispose nya na yung needles

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  15. Parang ang creepy na ipalibot sa baby.

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  16. Kalma mga beks mukhang photoshopped lang yung picture nung babies dun sa "syringe heart". Medyo kakaloka lang kung gaano na ka extra ang mga tao ngayon because of social media.

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  17. Ano ba ito invitro?

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  18. Ang advice lang naman sa doctor ko when i had to inject myself daily was not to throw it directly into the trash. Ipunin sa isang empty water bottle then throw it. Sa sg pa eto ha. So no need special disposal.

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  19. Mom shamers in the house! Her babies, her life, her choices. Yung iba nga dyan nagpopost ng PT sa social media, wala namang nagcomment ng "eww that's unsanitary." LOL. The caption was touching. If we only see beyond our JUDGMENTAL eyes, it's about the sacrifices of a mother. And no mother deserves to be bashed.

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  20. You guys dont get the point. She has apas. Kino consider ng body niya na foreign body ang baby - so her body’s defenses kill the baby. She needs to inject herself 2-3 times everyday so her body wont think na delikado ang baby sa katawan ng mommy.

    So ano ngayon kung hindi orig? Anong issue kung bakit hindi niya tinapon ang needles? .... the fact na naka ilang miscarriage siya, at ilang iyak at sakit ang pinagdaanan niya para mabuntis at matapos ang pagbubuntis — that is the whole concept of this photo.

    You guys won’t understand kung wala kayong problema mabuntis at wala kayong problema sa pagbubuntis.
    So please, just be happy for her.

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    1. Kailangan pa rin po itapon ng maayos ang mga syringes at hindi itatago na parang souvenir. Unsanitary po.

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