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Donating blood is safe and simple. It takes approximately 10-15 minutes to complete the blood donation process. Any healthy adult between 18 years and 60 years of age can donate blood. This is what you can expect when you are ready to donate blood:
Let others benefit from your pious mentality & good health.

Do donate blood if ...
· You are between age group of 18-60 years.
· Your weight is 45 kegs or more.
· Your hemoglobin is 12.5 gm% minimum.
· Your last blood donation was 3 months earlier.
· You are healthy and have not suffered from malaria, typhoid or other transmissible disease in the recent past.
There are many, many people who meet these parameters of health and fitness!

Do abide by our rules - be truthful about your health status!
We ensure the health of blood, before we take it, as well as after it is collected. Firstly, the donor is expected to be honest about his or her health history and current condition. Secondly, collected blood is tested for venereal diseases, hepatitis B & C and AIDS.
You have to be healthy to give 'safe blood'

Please Do not donate blood if you have any of these conditions
· Cold / fever in the past 1 week, Malaria (within 1 year).
· Hemoglobin deficiency / Anemia (recently)
· Tuberculosis (within 2 years).
· Leprosy or any other infectious diseases
· Fits/ Convulsions (If you are under medication currently)
· Under treatment with antibiotics or any other medication.
· Cardiac problems, hypertension, epilepsy, diabetes (on insulin therapy), history of cancer, chronic kidney or liver disease, bleeding tendencies (Hemophilia), venereal disease, Hormonal disorders etc.
· Major surgery in the last 6 months.
· Vaccination in the last 24 hours, Small Pox Vaccination (within the last 3weeks)
· Had a miscarriage in the last 6 months or have been pregnant / lactating in the last one year.
· Had fainting attacks during last donation.
· Have regularly received treatment with blood products.
· Shared a needle to inject drugs/ have history of drug addiction.
· Had sexual relations with different partners or with a high-risk individual.
· Been tested positive for antibodies to HIV (AIDS), Hepatitis B, C.
Pregnancy And Menstrual Period

· Females should not donate blood during pregnancy.
· They can donate after 6 weeks following a normal delivery and when they are not breast-feeding.
· Pregnancy (within the last 6 months).
· Females should not donate blood if they are having heavy menstrual flow or menstrual cramps.

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