As a Man You Pray you Never Get ED.
Harvard Research | March 3 2015

Persons who are pregnant are not eligible to donate. Wait 6 weeks after giving birth.

At first you think, oh, you're getting older and slowing down. But it got to the point where it was really bothering me, and I was unable to perform in the bed without reaching for pills.

Our staff and volunteers will sign you in and go over basic eligibility and donation information. You will read information about donating blood, and will be asked to show a donor card, driver's license, or other form(s) of ID.

The best way to deal with it is to get to the root cause of ED, which we only found out what that is recently. Many think it's their low-T levels, when in fact it's not . The important thing to do is understand that you can end ED without reaching for a bottle.


The HRV Research Team


A Note for Women: Dealing with ED can be awkward for both parties as a couple, but you can play an important role in being open with him and showing him that it will be OK.




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You must be at least 17 years old to donate to the general blood supply, or 16 years old with parental/guardian consent, if allowed by state law.Learn more about the reasons for a lower age limit.There is no upper age limit for blood donation as long as you are well with no restrictions or limitations to your activities.

Donor Deferral for Men Who Have Had Sex With Men (MSM)

The top priorities of the American Red Cross are the safety of our volunteer blood donors and the ultimate recipients of blood. On June 11, 2010, the Department of Health and Human Services Secretary's Advisory Committee on Blood Safety and Availability voted against recommending a change to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) policy of a lifetime deferral for men who have sex with other men. The FDA is responsible for determining donor eligibility requirements and the Red Cross is required to follow their decisions. However, the Red Cross does support the use of rational, scientifically-based deferral periods that are applied fairly and consistently among donors who engage in similar risk activities. We will continue to work through the AABB (American Association of Blood Banks) to press for donor deferral policies that are fair and consistent and based on scientific evidence, while still protecting patients from potential harm.

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Intravenous Drug Use

Those who have ever used IV drugs that were not prescribed by a physician are not eligible to donate. This requirement is related to concerns about hepatitis and HIV.Learn more about hepatitis and blood donation.