Why Can Not Blood Donors When HB And Blood Pressure Are Normal?
Hello, .. Like this, I have been a donor of blood at PMI for more than 2 years. Tension u0026amp; hb i always normal every check before joining donor. But when my blood is drawn, it won’t run smoothly. It used to be just blood drawn for a bag full of it took almost an hour. Now it doesn’t want to come out at all, even yesterday I had to get injections 3x at my arm, but no one wanted to flow the blood. If for my sport it is fairly rare, but for some daily household activities I am still routine. Even washing clothes I deliberately always use my hands. Since high school I also fell asleep very easily, even though at night I always slept well enough. Guess what happened u0026amp; I need to do next huh?
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Blood donation is a social activity that aims to provide a portion of healthy individual blood for patients in need with a predetermined medical indication. So with healthy blood, the benefits obtained by the patient will be greater, however, if the donor's blood does not meet the standard PMI, then the blood from the donor will be at risk of causing unexpected side effects.
The blood donation process generally takes place quickly, can range from 20-30 minutes during blood collection, so that the length of the blood collection period or the lengthening process of blood donation, this condition can be caused by several things, such as:
1. blood is too thick
2, the donor device does not enter the blood vessel right
3. blood flow is not smooth
In connection with your question, if the process of taking blood extends to 1 hour, but your blood pressure and blood pressure are normal, then the condition of the long blood to flow out may be caused by thicker blood (where the technical factors of the procedure for installing the equipment are correct). So it is necessary to evaluate the cause of thick blood like you said, because if this is not controlled, it can affect your condition, such as fatigue, drowsiness, or blood clots.
Some of the causes of blood coagulation that often occur can be caused by lack of intake of water or fruit, physical fatigue, lack of sleep, blood disorders, excess blood cholesterol or the presence of diabetes. So it is necessary to do a medical evaluation to find out whether there are medical causes that affect your blood thicker.
You can consult with an internist in a hematologist at the nearest hospital, so that the doctor can conduct direct interviews, direct examinations and plan an evaluation of blood and blood cell tests. With this procedure, the doctor is expected to be able to find out whether or not the cause of your blood is thicker. Treatment will be given according to the examination results obtained.
For now, you should try to drink water more optimally, exercise, and idealize your weight.
Thus the info we can convey.