Can I give blood?
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You may donate blood 6 weeks after termination of the pregnancy.
You may donate blood 2 weeks after it has healed.
You may donate blood. If you have had a stomach exam (gastroscopy), you may only donate blood again 6 months after the exam, even if the results were normal.
You may donate blood.
You may donate blood as long as your acne is not active. If you have a clear inflammation, donation is only permitted after you have been symptom-free for 2 weeks and have not used antibiotics for 2 weeks.
You may donate blood if this was performed using sterile disposable equipment by a qualified professional.
You may donate blood if you are between 18 and 70 years old. You can register as a blood donor until the age of 65 years.
You may not be under the influence of alcohol when donating blood.
Alcoholism or suspected alcoholism is a contraindication for being a blood donor.
You may donate blood if your general physical condition is good.
You may donate blood if your general physical condition is good and there are no troublesome (local) effects.