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How Long Should I Wait To Donate Plasma After Having A Colonoscopy
How long do I have to wait to donate plasma after having a baby? How long do I have to wait to donate plasma after having a baby?
Yes: Having a colonoscopy is safe, but some patients can be dehydrated afterwards. In addition, there is a risk of low grade fevers after the procedure. Waiting a few days is all that is likely needed. At that point, if one feels well and has no signs of illness one can donate. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
No need to wait: There is no need to wait. You can donate plasma any time.. ...Read more
Feel full strength: When you feel strong enough, essentially. If you had anemia associated with your episode of sepsis, you may need to wait several weeks or months before your bone marrow recovers enough. If you didn't, you can donate as soon as your strength is back to normal - as assessed by others. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Usually next day OK: The phlebotomist / nurse will instruct you as you are being bandaged at the end of the process to avoid tobacco for a few hours, alcohol for the day, heavy lifting (--or strenuous activity--) for 8 hours or until the next day, etc. If you will be using your arms a lot, might be wise to put a bandaid over puncture site, but should be ok by next day. ...Read more
Common sense: After you've driven home and settled down for the day. Hoping you feel better ...Read more
0 days: waiting is not necessaryGet a more detailed answer ›
It's up to you: I would at least wait until you leave the center where you gave blood. Best wishes. ...Read more
How long of a wait do I have to Experience until I can be Sexually active again. After Donating 825ml of plasma.
Prostate biopsy: Blood in the urine is very common after prostate biopsy. It ususally clears up in a few days (3-5), but it may be sporadically present 1-2 weeks after the biopsy. If there are multiple blood clots and or difficulty urinating/retnetion of urine you should see you physician immedialtely or go to the emergency room. ...Read more
Can go right away...: The sooner you get that tattoo removed, the better. ...Read more
6 weeks: Start slow and build upGet a more detailed answer ›
Ask your surgeon: Some surgeons are cautious about performing surgery immediately after tattoo placement as needles from the procedure can inject bacteria from the skin into the blood stream increasing the risk that the 2nd surgery may be compromised by a blood borne infection. Other surgeons are not so concerned so ask your surgeon how they feel about your question. ...Read more
At least until...: You get your results. There may be a chemical cautery medication applied to your cervix to help stop bleeding that can get rubbed off and cause new bleeding, make things messy, and potentially cause irritation for either you or your partner. ...Read more
One week: One week will be more than enough. However, you should disclose your marijuana use to the doctor or nurse at the blood center. It is commendable that you want to donate blood and do your civic duty. For the sake of your own health, you should not use weed. For good health - Have a diet rich in fresh vegetables, fruits, whole grains, milk and milk products, nuts, beans, legumes, lentils and small amounts of lean meats. Avoid saturated fats. Exercise at least 150 minutes/week and increase the intensity of exercise gradually. Do not use tobacco, alcohol, weed or street drugs in any form. Practice safe sex. ...Read more
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