belonephobia
bel·o·ne·pho·bi·a (bĕl'ə-nə-fōʹbē-ə) n.
An abnormal fear of sharply pointed objects, especially needles.
  [Greek belonē, needle; See gʷelə- in Indo-European Roots + -phobia.]

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