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How often can I donate blood? 1 Responses

10/24/20, 10:15 AM   You must wait at least eight weeks (56 days) between donations of whole blood and 16 weeks (112 days) between Power Red donations. Platelet apheresis donors may give every 7 days up to 24 times per year. Regulations are different for those giving blood for themselves (autologous donors).

Can I donate blood if I have diabetics ? 1 Responses

11/3/20, 8:32 AM   People with type 1 and type 2 diabetes are eligible to give blood donations. You should have your condition under control and be in otherwise good health before you donate blood. Having your diabetes under control means that you maintain healthy blood sugar levels.

what are the requirements to donate blood ? 1 Responses

11/3/20, 8:37 AM   There are several parameters that determine the eligibility of an individual to donate blood. Guidelines laid down by the Ministry of Health, Government of India have to be followed by blood banks and organizations conducting blood donation camps. Overall health- The donor must be fit and healthy, and should not be suffering from transmittable diseases. Age and weight- The donor must be 18–65 years old and should weigh a minimum of 50 kg. Pulse rate- Between 50 and 100 without irregularities. Hemoglobin level- A minimum of 12.5 g/dL. Blood pressure- Diastolic: 50–100 mm Hg, Systolic: 100–180 mm Hg. Body temperature- Should be normal, with an oral temperature not exceeding 37.5 °C. The time period between successive blood donations should be more than 3 months. Individuals under certain conditions are deemed ineligible to donate blood A person who has been tested HIV positive. Individuals suffering from ailments like cardiac arrest, hypertension, blood pressure, cancer, epilepsy, kidney ailments and diabetes. A person who has undergone ear/body piercing or tattoo in the past 6 months. Individuals who have undergone immunization in the past 1 month. Individuals treated for rabies or received Hepatitis B vaccine in the past 6 months. A person who has consumed alcohol in the past 24 hours. Women who are pregnant or breastfeeding. Individuals who have undergone major dental procedures or general surgeries in the past 1 month. Women who have had miscarriage in the past 6 months. Individuals who have had fits, tuberculosis, allergic disorders in the past. Individuals who currently have asthma with active symptoms, and severe asthma patients.

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can i sell my blood for money in Hyderabad ? 1 Responses

11/3/20, 8:28 AM   No, Blood Donation is a volunteer process and it is illegal to sell blood not only in Hyderabad but all over India. We encourage people to come forward to donate blood willingly and voluntarily. it makes you feel better knowing that you saved one life today and helping others in need. Hyderabad | Telangana blood donors can be found at below link who registered with donormeetup.com voluntarily. https://www.donormeetup.com/find-donors?state=Telangana if you interested in donating blood please check below link for Telangana state. https://www.donormeetup.com/guest/requirements?state=Telangana Note: Selling or donating blood in exchange of money is illegal under the National Blood Transfusion Services Act 2007 and those found convicted may face a prison sentence of up to three months with fine. Donate Blood Save Life. Hyderabad Blood Donors.

What should I do after donating blood? 1 Responses

11/3/20, 8:19 AM   After you give blood: Take the following precautions: – Drink an extra four glasses (eight ounces each) of non-alcoholic liquids. – Keep your bandage on and dry for the next few hours, and do not do heavy exercising or lifting. – If the needle site starts to bleed, raise your arm straight up and press on the site until the bleeding stops. – Because you could experience dizziness or loss of strength, use caution if you plan to do anything that could put you or others at risk of harm. For any hazardous occupation or hobby, follow applicable safety recommendations regarding your return to these activities following a blood donation. – Eat healthy meals and consider adding iron-rich foods to your regular diet, or discuss taking an iron supplement with your health care provider, to replace the iron lost with blood donation. If you get a bruise: Apply ice to the area intermittently for 10-15 minutes during the first 24 hours. Thereafter, apply warm, moist heat to the area intermittently for 10-15 minutes. A rainbow of colors may occur for about 10 days. If you get dizzy or lightheaded: Stop what you are doing, lie down, and raise your feet until the feeling passes and you feel well enough to safely resume activities. And remember to enjoy the feeling 😊of knowing you have helped save lives!

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