How Long Does The Active Substance Of A Drug Last In The Blood And When Can Blood Donation?
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Actually the use of most drugs does not prevent you from making blood donations. Only certain drug users are prohibited from donating blood for a certain period of time, for example users of blood-thinning drugs, antiplatelets (such as aspirin), oral acne medications, prostate enlargement drugs (such as finasteride and dutasteride), psoriasis drugs, MS drugs (multiple sclerosis), and growth hormone. The medicines you use are not included in the list of drugs that are contraindicated for donating blood or have to wait for a certain period of time to donate blood, so you may donate blood directly as long as you feel healthy.
However, you should first consult with the doctor who treats you about the condition of your illness. If what you are experiencing is an autoimmune condition, most people with autoimmune disease are not advised to donate blood at all. We recommend that you consult with your doctor again, clarify what diseases you have, and ask your doctor whether you can donate blood with your condition.
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