Blood Donation Due Date Calculator | iCliniq

Blood Donation Due Date Calculator

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Donating blood is one of the noblest acts that anyone can perform. Your blood donation can save lives of many people. In order to keep this life-saving process going on, blood donors are required to keep themselves fit and healthy. Blood donors sometimes donate too much blood in too short of a time and put themselves into serious medical problems including, but not limited to anemia, bruising, dizziness, and difficulty in breathing. This is where our Blood Donation Due Date Calculator comes into play.

The Blood Donation Due Date Calculator gathers information about your last blood donation date, your statistics including height, weight, and gender, and then results you the due date when you need to donate next your precious blood.

The male donors can give blood every 12 weeks and the female donors are eligible for blood donation every 16 weeks only. This is required to maintain a safe time interval between two blood donations. This donation gap enables one to regain a normal haemoglobin count. So, let the Good Times Flow!

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Donors Guidelines

Eligibilities: Some basic health conditions have to be met by donors:

  1. A donor must be within 18 to 60 years of age.
  2. A donor should have his hemoglobin count not less than 12.5 g/dL.
  3. A donor's weight should not be less than 45 kg or 99.208 pounds.
  4. Pulse rate of the donor must be between 50 to 100 with no irregularities.
  5. A donor should possess normal body temperature and oral temperature should not exceed 37.5 degrees Celsius at the time of donation.
  6. A donor's diastolic blood pressure should be 50 to 100 mmHg and systolic should be 100 to 180 mmHg.
  7. A donor must be disease-free at the time of donation.

Non-Eligibilities: The following categories of people should avoid giving blood:

  1. Pregnant women or lactating females should avoid blood donation. Also, women who have undergone bad miscarriages should avoid donating blood for the next six months.
  2. Individuals who are on hormonal supplements, steroids, or certain specific medications should avoid blood donation.
  3. Invididuals who have multiple sexual partners need to avoid blood donation.

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