Blood Donation Facts :
- You won't feel depleted or tired on the off chance that you keep on drinking liquids and have decent supper.
- You can continue your typical exercises subsequent to giving blood, however, you are approached to avoid exercise or substantial weight lifting for twelve hours after gift.
- Giving blood won't leave you low on blood; actually, you will even now have surplus blood after the donation.
- On the off chance that you decide to devour liquor, you can on the following day.
- While giving blood you won't feel any agony.
- You won't blackout or feel awkward subsequent to giving blood. This is a typical misguided judgment.
- You won't get AIDS on the off chance that you give blood.
Myths on Blood Donation?
Who can & can’t donate blood?
- are between the ages gathering of 18-60 years.
- Your weight is 45 kgs or more.
- Your haemoglobin is 12.5 gm% least.
- Your last blood gift was 3 months sooner.
- You are sound and have not experienced intestinal sickness, typhoid or other transmissible infections in the ongoing past.
- Try not to be experiencing any of the accompanying ailments or taking prescriptions for them Hepatitis B, C AIDS
- Diabetes (would you say you are under medicine at present?)
- Fits/Convulsions (would you say you are under medicine at present?)
- Malignant growth
- Sickness or some other irresistible ailments
- Any hypersensitivity (Only on the off chance that you are experiencing extreme manifestations)
- Hemophilia/Bleeding issues
- Kidney malady
- Coronary illness
- Hormonal issue
- Some other sort of Jaundice (inside 5 years)
- Tuberculosis (inside 2 years)
- Chicken Pox (inside 1 year)
- Jungle fever (inside 1 year)
- Transplant (inside one year)
- Blood Transfusion (inside the most recent a half year)
- Pregnancy (inside the most recent a half year)
- Blood Donation (inside the most recent 3 months)
- Significant Surgery (inside the most recent 3 months)
- Little Pox Vaccination (inside the last 3weeks)
- Hemoglobin lack/Anemia (as of late)
- Radical weight reduction (as of late)
“Every blood donor is a lifesaver”