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After being treated, can a brucellosis affected person donate blood to others ?

After being treated, can a brucellosis affected person donate blood to others ?

CureIllness first: The general rule on treatable infectious diseases is that after cure an individual can donate blood. There are a few exceptions. A good source for information and a list of donor qualifications can be found at www.Redcrossblood.Org ...Read more

Dr. Abraham Jaskiel
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Brucellosis (Definition)

An abnormal condition where endometrial tissue, that normally is the lining of the uterus, is located outside the uterus around the tubes, ovaries, or pelvic surface. The displaced tissue, just like the tissue lining the uterus, bleeds during each menstrual cycle. Endometriosis can be very painful, and can result ...Read more


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Can a brucellosis affected person donate blood?

Can a brucellosis affected person donate blood?

Get better first: Brucellosis has been transmitted by blood transfusion but only, so far as we know, from someone who is still sick with it. One recommendation is a two-year deferral after symptoms resolve with antibiotic treatment; i think that is excessive. The blood bank's medical director will decide. I am pleased that you wish to donate blood. ...Read more

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Can a person with antiphosolipid syndrome donate blood?

Can a person with antiphosolipid syndrome donate blood?

Possibly: Antiphospholipid antibody syndrome causes individuals to have a propensity to develop blood clots. The defect is not in the rbc itself and the syndrome is not considered a malignancy therefore it should be possible to donate blood. Having said that the red cross has the last say. ...Read more

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Can a person with ichthyosis donate blood?

Can a person with ichthyosis donate blood?

Possibly: Some blood banks consider icthyosis an autoimmune disease and will not accept your blood. Some banks will not accept your blood if you are on accutane, and varying other medications. I disagree with the autoimmune designation so i would suggest checking out your local blood banks policies as these can vary. Theoretically you should be able to donate blood if you meet certain criteria. ...Read more

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Can a person with neutropenia donate blood?

Not wise: When your body is low on neutrophils you are at increased risk of infection, and this is not a normal state, so it needs evaluated to determine the cause. It may be from some infections, cancers, drug effects, or severe stress. See your dr., get healthy, and then consider donating. ...Read more

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Can a person donate blood if he has got permanent tatoo done if not why?

Can a person donate blood if he has got permanent tatoo done if not why?

Yes: I do not think a tattoo is a reason to reject your blood. Hepatitis and HIV are. If you did not get these with your tattoo it should be safe. Double check with the blood bank that's taking your blood to make sure. ...Read more

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Can an allergy prone person donate blood?

Can an allergy prone person donate blood?

Yes.: All else being equal, a tendency towards allergies would not be a reason to not donate. And thank you for your interest in helping others. ...Read more

Dr. Donald Alves
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Blood Donation (Definition)

Blood donation is the act of giving ones blood to a blood bank, so that it may be used in the future to help someone else. People with transmissible viral diseases, such as HIV or hepatitis C, are not able to donate blood, as ...Read more