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    donating plasma

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    anyone?

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    Smile hi

    where are you from?Stay away from that s h i t

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    they'll test the blood that you donate and if its found to have chemicals in it, they will not use it. But i'm not sure if they test for gear. They usually do an ELIZA test which tests for the antibody to fight HIV, and will probably test it for hepatitus and stuff like that. Other than that i'm not sure.

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    any type of donation that effectively reduces red blood cell count will affect your performance in any type of physical activity.

    for this reason, you can't donate blood more than once every 2 months or so. it takes the body a pretty significant amount of time to regenerate new cells, which is why someone who has lost alot of blood requires a transfusion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by daem
    any type of donation that effectively reduces red blood cell count will affect your performance in any type of physical activity.

    for this reason, you can't donate blood more than once every 2 months or so. it takes the body a pretty significant amount of time to regenerate new cells, which is why someone who has lost alot of blood requires a transfusion.
    At the same time, if you're on a cycle, your hematocrit is likely to be elevated, so donating plasma is actually a means to lower a hematocrit that is too high....EQ and anadrol would be the most significant elevators of hematocrit.


    If you've ever used injectables, you're disqualified from being a donor.


    The amount of AAS transferred would be negligible, and they don't test for AAS.

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