Take Headache Medicine Before Blood Donation?

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I want to ask, I happened to be the blood donor coordinator in the village. In the last three days I announced the blood donor activity to the community in the village. Tomorrow is the time for donors, without realizing it this afternoon I was traveling on a motorbike, today it was so hot that at home my head hurt. Forgotten tomorrow, it’s time for my donor to take a headache medicine. Can I join the donor tomorrow? Please answer, thank you

1 Answer:

Good evening, thanks for the question


Some types of treatment can indeed make a person unable to take blood donor actions, including anti-platelet aggregation drugs, blood-thinning drugs, immune system suppressants, and so forth. But specifically for this type of simple analgesic drug is not included in the criteria above, or in other words if you are in a healthy and stable condition while taking the drug and do not cause side effects, then you can make a blood donor. Consult with your doctor at a blood donor center in your area if you feel worried about it.


That's all, hope you can help.
Wassalam.

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