can i blood donet?
- EdnaLv 79 months ago
You can donate blood if you want to - that is, if you don't have any sort of infectious disease.
- gangadharan nairLv 79 months ago
Donors are examined for signs and symptoms of diseases that can be transmitted in a blood transfusion, such as HIV, malaria, and viral hepatitis. Screening may include questions about risk factors for various diseases, such as travel to countries at risk for malaria or variant Creutzfeldt–Jakob disease (vCJD). These questions vary from country to country. For example, while blood centers in Québec, Poland, and many other places defer donors who lived in the United Kingdom for risk of vCJD, donors in the United Kingdom are only restricted for vCJD risk if they have had a blood transfusion in the United Kingdom.
- FranciscoLv 49 months ago
If David Cross was Indian lol
- Andy CLv 79 months ago
Not sure what donet entails...
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- 9 months ago
Donating blood is safe and easy to do. But sometimes we all need help finding the power to do our part. What if you could overcome your own fears and uncertainties because you know you’re significantly impacting the lives of others? We’re here to guide you every step of the way and happy to answer any questions to make you feel comfortable.
If you’re in good health and meet the general eligibility criteria, then you are likely able to donate. Depending on the circumstances, if you were told previously that you couldn’t donate you might be able to now.
- Anonymous9 months ago
Yes you can!!!!!!
- MattLv 59 months ago
The term is "donate blood"
It is not about face, talk to your doctor, if you have disease, do not donate.