• Register as a blood donor

    Thank you very much for registering as a blood donor! First, please take the medical check-up to see whether it will be safe for you and for the patients to donate blood or plasma.

  • Blood transfusion

  • Pregnancy

  • Abroad

  • (Endo)scopy

  • Tattoo, piercing or permanent make-up

  • Acupuncture

  • Wounds

  • Flu or cold

  • Dentist or dental hygienist

  • Huisgenoten

  • Other infectious disease

  • Are you a donor?

  • We only cover the most common reasons that prevent you from donating blood.

  • We only cover the most common reasons that prevent you from donating plasma.

  • Register as a donor

  • Are you male or female?

  • Are you between 18 and 65 years of age?

  • Do you weigh less than 50 kilograms?

  • Have you received a blood transfusion or been treated with blood products (this includes platelets or plasma) since 1st January 1980?

  • Have you ever received an organ or tissue transplant?

  • Did you spend a total of six months or longer in the United Kingdom between 1st January 1980 and 31st December 1996?

  • Have you ever injected drugs?

  • Do you have diabetes?

  • What kind of medicine do you use for your diabetes?

  • Do you have, or have you in the past suffered from, a chronic or serious illness?

Unfortunately, you cannot become a blood donor.

In the Netherlands, someone between 18 and 65 years of age can register as a donor. A person of this age can normally donate half a liter of blood hassle-free. The chance of complications increases with people older than 79 years of age. In other words, the health of donors could be at stake, and we do not wish a donor to be at risk. Aren’t you 18 years old yet? Then, unfortunately you cannot register as a donor yet. However, we appreciate your interest in giving blood. Therefore, we hope that you will sign up again once you turn 18.

Unfortunately, you cannot become a blood donor.

We are allowed to collect only 16% of blood from the total blood volume. Otherwise, the health of the donor may be put at risk. Is this only temporary and do you expect to gain some weight, then please sign up once you have gained weight again. If you’re just not that heavy and still want to help us, please tell people you know about donating blood. Thank you for your interest in donating blood!

Unfortunately, you cannot become a blood donor.

Because you have received a blood transfusion, out of precaution, you cannot register as a donor. This is in order to prevent an infection chain with the variant of Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease. There is no test available with which this disease can be detected in humans. Thank you for your interest in donating blood!

Unfortunately, you cannot become a blood donor.

A variant of the Creutzfeldt-Jakob (vCJD) disease was discovered in people in 1996. This brain disease is probably caused by eating contaminated beef from cows with BSE (the ‘mad cow disease’). It has also been demonstrated that the vCJD variant can be transmitted via a blood transfusion. There is no test available to detect vCJD in humans. That’s why people who could transfer the disease aren’t allowed to become a donor, even if the chance of transferring the disease is really small. Thank you for interest in becoming a donor!

Unfortunately, you cannot become a blood donor.

A variant of the Creutzfeldt-Jakob (vCJD) disease was discovered in people in 1996. This brain disease is probably caused by eating contaminated beef from cows with BSE (the ‘mad cow disease’). Most cases of vCJD so far have occurred in the United Kingdom. It has also been demonstrated that the vCJD variant can be transmitted via a blood transfusion. For this reason, people who spent six months or longer in the United Kingdom between 1st January 1980 and 31st December 1996 are not allowed to register as a blood donor. Thank you very much for your interest in becoming a donor!

Unfortunately, you cannot become a blood donor.

You cannot register as a donor if you ever injected drugs. Even if it was only once or a long time ago. Because of a higher risk of blood-borne infections you cannot give blood. If you have snorted cocaine, you are allowed to give blood four months after the last time you used cocaine. If you use cocaine once every four months or more often, you are not allowed to become a donor.

Unfortunately, you cannot become a blood donor.

If you don’t use any injections with insulin for the diabetes, but only tablets (and your medicine is set correctly) in the future, you can still become a blood donor later.

Unfortunately, you cannot become a blood donor (yet).

We need some more information before we can say whether you can become a donor. Please call 0800-5115 in order to discuss.

Register as a blood donor

Please fill in your personal information below and finish your registration as a blood donor.

Blood transfusion

  • Have you received a blood transfusion since your previous donation?

Unfortunately, you may never donate blood or plasma again.

Because you have received a blood transfusion, out of precaution, you may not donate blood or plasma anymore. This is in order to prevent an infection chain with the variant of Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease. There is no test available with which this disease can be detected in humans. Please fill in your personal information below.

Pregnancy

  • Are you pregnant or have you been pregnant after your last donation?

Pregnancy

  • What was the end date or what is the probable end date of the pregnancy?

Unfortunately, you may not donate blood or plasma at the moment.

You may not donate blood or plasma up to 28 weeks after the end of the pregnancy. As from $date you may donate blood or plasma.

Abroad

  • Have you been outside of the Benelux since your last donation?

Abroad

  • Which country did you visit?

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Abroad

  • When did you arrive in this country?

Abroad

  • When did you leave the country?

Abroad

  • Did you visit another country?

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Unfortunately, you may not donate blood or plasma at the moment.

You may not donate blood until $riskPeriod after leaving $currentCountry. As from $date you may donate blood again.

(Endo)scopy

  • Have you undergone an endoscopy (keyhole research/keyhole surgery) in the past 4 months?

(Endo)scopy

  • With which instrument has the endoscopy (keyhole research/ keyhole surgery) been performed?

(Endo)scopy

  • When have you undergone the endoscopy (keyhole research/keyhole surgery)?

(Endo)scopy

  • Was the result of the examination good?

(Endo)scopy

  • Are you in good physical shape again?

Unfortunately, you may not donate blood or plasma at the moment.

Unfortunately, you may not donate blood or plasma at the moment, because you have undergone an endoscopy (keyhole research/keyhole surgery). As from $date you may donate blood or plasma again. In case you donate blood, we will send you a call-up card after this date. In case you donate plasma, we will schedule a new appointment for plasma donation after this date.

Unfortunately, you may not donate blood or plasma at the moment.

Unfortunately, you may not donate blood or plasma at the moment, because the result of the endoscopy (keyhole research/keyhole surgery) wasn't good. Please contact us by phone (0800-5115) to discuss this or fill in the form below so that we can contact you.

Unfortunately, you may not donate blood or plasma at the moment.

Unfortunately, you may not donate blood or plasma at the moment, because you don't feel well yet after the endoscopy (keyhole research/keyhole surgery).

Tattoo, piercing or permanent make-up

  • Over the last 4 months, have you gotten or removed a tattoo, piercing or permanent make-up?

Tattoo, piercing or permanent make-up

  • Have you got or removed this?

Tattoo, piercing or permanent make-up

  • When have you got or removed this?

Tattoo, piercing or permanent make-up

  • Have you removed the tattoo by means of a laser treatment?

Tattoo, piercing or permanent make-up

  • Have you got an earring or a piercing over the past 4 months?

Tattoo, piercing or permanent make-up

  • Is this a button that was shot in your ear cup or earlobe?

Tattoo, piercing or permanent make-up

  • When have you got the earring or piercing?

Unfortunately, you may not donate blood or plasma at the moment.

Because you have got a tattoo, you may donate blood or plasma again as from $date

Unfortunately, you may not donate blood or plasma at the moment.

Because you have got an earring or piercing, you may donate blood or plasma again as from $date

Acupuncture

  • Have you had acupuncture over the past 4 months?

Acupuncture

  • Have they only used disposable hypodermic needles?

Acupuncture

  • Are there still needles in your skin?

Acupuncture

  • What was the last treatment date?

Acupuncture

  • Is the skin on the spot inflamated?

Unfortunately, you may not donate blood or plasma at the moment.

You have indicated that you’ve had an acupuncture treatment, but you’re doubting whether they have used disposable hypodermic needles. For that reason, you may not donate blood or plasma for the next 4 months. You may donate blood or plasma again as from $date.

Unfortunately, you may not donate blood or plasma at the moment.

You may not donate blood or plasma, because the skin is still painful after the acupuncture treatment.

Wounds

  • Do you have a wound?

Wounds

  • Is it an open wound?

Wounds

  • Is there pus or redness?

Wounds

  • Do you have stitches?

Unfortunately, you may not donate blood or plasma at the moment.

Please wait until the wound has healed and any stitches are removed before you donate blood.

Unfortunately, you may not donate blood or plasma at the moment.

Please wait until the wound has healed before you come donating blood or plasma.

Flu or cold

  • Have you had health complaints in the last 14 days like a nose cold, running nose, sneezing, coughing, soar troath or a (slight) fever?

Flu or cold

  • Are you free of antibiotics over the last 14 days?

Unfortunately, you may not donate blood or plasma at the moment.

It is better not to donate blood or plasma during a flu, cold or bladder infection. Please wait for a minimum of 14 days after the discontinuation of the antibiotics or after recovery before donating blood or plasma again.

Dentist or dental hygienist

  • Have you visited a dentist or dental hygienist over the last month?

Dentist or dental hygienist

  • Was it a general check of your teeth?

Dentist or dental hygienist

  • Have they removed dental tartar or filled a cavity?

Dentist or dental hygienist

  • Was it today?

Dentist or dental hygienist

  • Do you have stitches, a wound or an inflammation at the moment?

Dentist or dental hygienist

  • Have they pulled or cut away a tooth or have they done a root canal treatment?

Dentist or dental hygienist

  • Was this 7 or more days ago?

Dentist or dental hygienist

  • Are you using antibiotics or have you been using antibiotics?

Dentist or dental hygienist

  • Are you free of antibiotics for at least 14 days?

Unfortunately, you may not donate blood or plasma at the moment.

Because you have visited a dentist today for more than a regular check-up, you can give blood or plasma as from tomorrow.

Unfortunately, you may not donate blood or plasma at the moment.

Because you have visited a dentist and still have stitches, a wound or an inflammation, you will have to wait a minimum of 7 days before you may donate blood or plasma.

Unfortunately, you may not donate blood or plasma at the moment.

Unfortunately, you may not donate blood or plasma, because you are not antibiotics-free for two weeks yet.

You may donate blood or plasma!

You are more than welcome to come and donate blood or plasma at our blood collection centre.

The online donor test does not replace the test or the medical questionnaire that you complete for each donation. That questionnaire is more extensive and can still result in you not being allowed to donate blood (temporarily).


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Huisgenoten

  • Does a roommate has had health complaints in the past 14 days like a nose cold, running nose, sneezing, coughing, soar throath or a (slight) fever?

Unfortunately, you may not donate blood or plasma at the moment.

It is better not to donate blood or plasma during a flu, cold or bladder infection. Please wait for a minimum of 14 days after the discontinuation of the antibiotics or after recovery before donating blood or plasma again.

Other infectious disease

  • Have you had any other infectious diseases in the last 14 days like a bladder infection or stomach flu?

Other infectious disease

  • Did you use antibiotics over the last 14 days?

Unfortunately, you may not donate blood or plasma at the moment.

It is better not to donate blood or plasma during a flu, cold or bladder infection. Please wait for a minimum of 14 days after the discontinuation of the antibiotics or after recovery before donating blood or plasma again.

These are the numbers under the largest barcode on your donor card.

By this we mean your name as stated in your passport, identity card or driving license. With this name we register you in our system.

By this we mean your name as stated in your passport, identity card or driving license. With this name we register you in our system.

You can only apply between your eighteenth and sixty-fifth birthdate

I can best be reached at this telephone number to make my appointment

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