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Yes, it can be along with other medicines or by itself
Yes, you can donate blood while taking meloxicam. You cannot donate blood if you are taking antibiotics.
can a diabetic donate blood
Yes, they also have the right to donate their blood.
Blood type AB can only donate to another AB type. Blood type O+ can be given to anyone, but a blood type like A or B or AB can only be donated to a person who has the same exact blood type as the person who is donating their blood.
You donate roughly 1 quart when you donate blood.Edit 3/18/2013 20:19: The answer above is false. You donate a pint of blood (0.5 quarts).
You can't donate blood if you have HIV, or are taking medication or doing drugs.
In blood banks. Just make sure you make reservations before you donate.
Blood group A can donate and receive blood from blood group A. Blood group B can donate and receive blood from blood group B. Blood group AB can donate only to blood group AB and receive from any other blood group (they are universal recipent) Blood group O can donate to any other blood group ( they are universal donor) and can receive from only blood group O.
Because of the high suger in the blood of diabetic paisent & has a thick blood so they can't donate blood.
No...you should not donate blood if you are tachycardic. Most blood banks will not allow you to donate blood if you heart rate is over 100. Some people with SVT can have a seizure if they donate blood. This is a question you need to have answered by your cardiologist.
The maximum age to donate blood is seventy five years old.