So I’ve thought about donating blood for some time now. Had it put on the back burner until recently. Not even to “clean me out”, as suggested on this board. Mainly due to high rbc. Face is red when on cycle. Whenever Ive gotten a cut, blood looks way too red and thick. Been experiencing other odd symptoms and though it be a good and easy place to start.
If you try donating blood at a Canadian Red Cross donor clinic, will they be able to detect you’re using “illegal substances”? Illegal meaning don’t have a prescription for. And will this cause any sort of trouble for you?
I’m only on testosterone right now, sustanon, 750mg per week.
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I’ve heard of people donating before but I wouldn’t do it and wouldn’t recommend it. You are asked if you’ve used any injectable drugs etc. You are asked about steroids. You would have to lie. Which I personally wouldn’t be comfortable with. Furthermore while I’m positive they wouldn’t check for AAS.
It would be in the blood and depending on who gets that blood it could be a good or bad thing. (Think about an 8 year old girl with leukemia and spiked test) Probably wouldn’t be the worst thing that could happen to her but I don’t want to responsible for complications in someones surgical recovery. Just my opinion for whatever it’s worth.[/quote]
While a moral case can be made, wouldn’t they test for anything known to be harmful?
Would the issue with steroids be more about the worry of people sharing needles, unsafe practises etc? I have no idea just guessing here.