Blood Groups

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16/03/2006 at 18:34
I'm O+. Do you know yours?

Is there any benefit in knowing your own blood group??

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16/03/2006 at 18:36
medical emergencies?

i dont know mine though, should be a poll

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16/03/2006 at 18:36
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16/03/2006 at 18:36
Olly wrote


Is there any benefit in knowing your own blood group??


Yes, you can do your own tranfusions at home and save the NHS some money


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16/03/2006 at 18:37
dinsey wrote
medical emergencies?


But would it really help? Would they believe you? What if you got it wrong, and they believed you and it killed you? Wouldn't they 'cross match' or whatever they call it (see, I've watched Casualty ) anyway?

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16/03/2006 at 18:38
Olly wrote
But would it really help? Would they believe you? What if you got it wrong, and they believed you and it killed you? Wouldn't they 'cross match' or whatever they call it (see, I've watched Casualty ) anyway?



Don't worry, mate, if you pass out before you're able to tell them your blood group I'll tell them for you.

16/03/2006 at 18:40
O negative.

I know this 'cos I'm a blood donor and the next session will be my 50th.

Aren't you proud of me.
16/03/2006 at 19:02
Good onya Skub,A+ for me and up to my 15th donation.From Dec to Mar they have the police/bikers challenge here,every donation you give can be pledged to either group,bikes have won a few times now.........is their something similar your side of the world?

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16/03/2006 at 19:03
blood group is Stella ,Kronenberg in fact any lager probally the best in the world:smoke:
16/03/2006 at 19:05
Skub wrote
O negative.

I know this 'cos I'm a blood donor and the next session will be my 50th.

Aren't you proud of me.



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16/03/2006 at 19:12
Big Nige wrote
You must have imploded by now!


Bloody nice bloke.
16/03/2006 at 19:15
i've absolutely no idea what group i am.


bloody good (excuse the pun! ) work there skub. :smoke:

it's people like you that make people like me need medication!
16/03/2006 at 19:22
I'm B neg. I also donate - they usually send me a letter saying how much they need my blood and I feel all warm inside (Doesn't take much, eh? )

16/03/2006 at 19:33
Skub wrote
O negative.

I know this 'cos I'm a blood donor and the next session will be my 50th.

Aren't you proud of me.


Me too. Do you get the calls from the Blood service making sure you donate ?
16/03/2006 at 19:52
AB neg

For many years I had it stickered on my lid to give the ambulance/hospital a bit of warning. And I like them to keep a pint of my own in stock just in case I ever need it back

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16/03/2006 at 19:53
A+.

[x] Should've been a poll.


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16/03/2006 at 20:00
Foxile wrote
Me too. Do you get the calls from the Blood service making sure you donate ?


Yep,and a letter.
16/03/2006 at 20:02
A pos - know it from military stuff.

Can't donate cos I've had cancer They won't let me.

I wear a dog tag when I'm on my bike with my army number, blood group and name. I never wear it any other time (I'm not a nerd), just when I'm on my bike.

Also carry a first field dressing. Very versitile and can hold a pint of blood if needed.
16/03/2006 at 20:05
A Neg, quite rare apparently, but they won't let me donate either

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16/03/2006 at 20:17
Hi

As I receive regular blood transfusions. Can I thank everyone for donating. You really do save life's as there is nothing known to man to substitute BLOOD. Those that do not currently donate, it's an ideal check-up each time you donate so it works both ways.

www.blood.co.uk/

Once again keep up the good work guys.

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