I spent this past Wednesday evening and Thursday morning trying to find out if I could donate blood. After contacting the red cross and being put through to 4 different people, I was told that I could indeed donate as long as I was not active at the time or on antibiotics. Since I finished my antibiotics 2 months ago, I was good to go, and I donated Thursday afternoon. It made me feel good to know I could donate because I have A-negative blood and there is a critical shortage.
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