7 Sep 2011
In almost all cases, medications will not disqualify you as a blood donor. Your eligibility will be based on the reason that the medication was prescribed. As long as the condition is under control and you are healthy, blood donation is usually permitted.
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1 answer • 18 Jun 2010
just wanted to know if it is ok to donate blood while taking this medication
1 answer • 10 Sep 2011
I cant have to much ..In order to get another perscrition I need to take a blood test. How meny days does it take to get out of my system?
3 answers • 22 Feb 2012
I'm asking this question for a friend. He is 53 years old, just had foot surgery and the doctor prescribed fluconazole 150 mg tablet. He is a ...
1 answer • 14 Aug 2014
... future? I hade TTP when I was a kid. About a year ago a friend of mine was very ill and needed blood donation when I went they said I could not ...
0 answers • 1 Jan 2015