Our expert says:
The needle they use for the blood donation is quite thick and the bag has negative pressure, so if they put the needle in a too small vein, it won't fill up properly ( the sucking pressure is too high and it closes up) . It is not a sign of any serious disease or problem. The person that put the needle in maybe just did not get a good vein or tried too superficial.
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