And whoever saves one – it is as if he had saved mankind entirely (Al-Quran)

FAQ Page

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Can I donate blood?

Yes! If you match the health and weight requirements of the World Health Organization, then of course you can. By donating one bottle of blood, you can save three lives.

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Standards of blood donation as per WHO

  • No history of blood donation in the past 3-4 months.
  • No medical history of diabetes, heart disease, asthma, epilepsy, malaria, tuberculosis (TB), or typhoid.
  • Donor shouldn’t be a drug addict.
  • No history of vaccination
  • No medical history of jaundice in the past 1 year.
  • Not on medication since the last 48 hours
  • Normal BP and temperature.
  • Weight over 50kg, and age between 18-60 years.

Is there any harm for the blood donor?

No, because your RBCs have a lifespan of 120 days, and new blood cells are formed every 120 days from the bone marrow. So when you donate blood, the volume is automatically replenished after a few days.
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What are the benefits for the blood donor?

Regular donors of blood have a lesser risk of heart diseases and heart attacks. They are kept up to date with their health status due to the medical checkups they go through before every donation, thus they can always take preventive action for any disease that emerges in their reports.