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Blood Donation Process

Eligibility for Blood Donation

Blood donors should be in the age group of 18 to 65 years. Not less than 45 KG for whole blood and 50 KG for components.

Temperature and Pulse should be normal.

The hemoglobin of the donor should not be less than 12.5g/dl.

The systolic and diastolic blood pressures should be normal.

Donor should be free from Acute Respiratory Disease.

Donor is not suffering from any major diseases like AIDS, Hepatitis-B and others

Blood Donation Process


Visit MyBlood Charitable Blood Center and register as a blood donor. Carry one of your identity proofs such as Aadhar Card, PAN, Driving Licence which are required for the registration.


During you’re donating whole blood, we’ll cleanse an area on your arm and insert a new sterile needle for the blood draw. It takes a few minutes to draw your whole blood. You’ll be seated comfortably or lying down




Screening test

After the registration completes, the screening test will be carried out o make sure that patients receive blood that matches their blood type. Also, your health history will be examined before blood donation.


Rest & Refresh

After blood donation, you’ll have to rest in the refreshment area. You’ll leave after 10-15 minutes and continue your normal routine. Suggested to more drink juice and water as well as some snacks.

Do’s And Don’ts To Follow Before And After Blood Donation
Before a day of Blood donation
  • Eat an iron-rich diet such as beans, spinach or meat, poultry.

  • Good sleep of 8+ hours.

  • Have more liquids in the food.

  • Be fully hydrated.

  • Avoid smoking

  • Avoid drinking.

On day of Blood donation
  • Carry a valid identification e.g. Aadhar, Driving Licence, PAN.​

  • Drink enough water before blood donation.

  • Have a healthy breakfast. Avoid fast food.

  • Wear a half sleeve shirt.

  • Provide a preferred arm or particular vein.

After the Blood Donation
  • Drink more liquids for next 24 hours.

  • Do not get immediately, rest at least 5 mins.​

  • Eat well balanced meals for the next 24 hours.​

  • Increase your fluid intake for the next 24 to 48 hours.​

  • Do not smok


Become a Donor

A Blood Donor is a life-savior and a real hero. Any healthy person from 18 years to 50 years can be a blood donor.

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Why donate Blood?

Blood cannot be produced outside of the human body. So, blood donation is the only way to save someone in need.


How Donation Helps

The most significant benefit of donating blood is that you get to save lives. A unit of blood can save 3-4 people as well as benefit donors body positively.

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Donate Blood and Be a Hero by Saving Lives.

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