Blood Donor On The Last Day Of Menstruation?
Is it on the last day or the 6th day. May I take a blood drive?
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Before a blood drive, you will often be thoroughly evaluated to determine whether you are the right candidate for this procedure or not. Some requirements that must be fulfilled before undergoing blood donation are:
Age between 17 to 60 years Weight more than 45 kg Normal levels of hemoglobin (women more than 12 grams%, men more than 13 grams%) Normal body temperature (between 36.5 to 37.5 degrees Celsius) Blood pressure ranges from 100 -170 mmHg for systolic, and 70-100 mmHg for diastolic Normal pulse (between 60-100 x / min) Do not suffer from HIV disease, hepatitis, blood disorders (eg hemophilia), cancer, epilepsy, syphilis, diabetes No alcohol addiction No in certain medical conditions, for example 72 hours after dental surgery, 12 months after major surgery, pregnancy, or breastfeeding Your condition in the last menstrual period is not really an absolute contraindication to blood donation. As long as you successfully meet the above criteria, there is no prohibition for you to undergo a blood donor.
What is feared from blood donors during menstruation is, the potential for anemia, hypotension, or other health problems due to excessive blood loss. Therefore, if during menstruation, your blood comes out very much, you should postpone to donate your blood until your menstruation is really complete, okay?
That's all our explanation. For more details, please consult with your doctor or PMI officer (Indonesian red cross) yes ...
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