As long as you're over the illness, it should be fine. You can contact your local blood donation center and ask what the specific requirements are.
then youve got things wrong with you
A mono auto blood test is a test that looks for auto immune diseases. These tests may vary in seeking out specific diseases.
I currently have Mono and my blood work results came in about a week after the testing.
No there is no reason for that.
a simple blood test
Give two characteristics of each mono saccharides and polysaccharides.
Yup, you can! If you type in your question on GOOGLE it will give you a deffinite more proof on the "Can I Donate If..." page. Hope it helps!
Blood Transfusion, close contact, and kissing
Mono is an STD. It can be transfered by the obvous. But it is called the kissing disease and can be transfered by kissing, or by having blood get into your system, ie. blood from a cut getting into a cut you have
Typically "Mono Abs" on a blood test is the absolute number of monocytes, one of the white blood cells. In contrast, a mono antibody test will typically be labeled something like EBV IgM or EBV IgG for Epstein Barr Virus antibodies.
Yes, your children could get Mono if they have had a blood transfusion or close contact with a person who had Mono.
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