Can I sue a plasma donation center?

Question Details: I used a plasma donation center for the first time. I passed their physicals, etc. and 3/4 of the way through the plasma process, I passed out multiple times. They were unable to return my blood which is the standard process so I lost a significant amount of blood and they also were unable to successfully give me an IV of fluids to compensate. The IV was unsuccessful because they said the company had recently switched to a smaller gauge butterfly needle which was not large enough to let the saline flow fast enough, leading to a tech squeezing the IV bag for several minutes to keep the fluids moving. They eventually gave up on this as well. I was sent home and ended up fainting again on the car ride home; thankfully my husband was driving.I slept for almost the next 24 hours. Still, 3 days later, I am very weak and the smallest tasks wipe out all of my energy. I also have significant bruising on both arms from their attempts to re-position needles in each arm.

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