Comments: rejected but effective

If you always fail the copper sulfate test (I was a chronic flunker and was on call to demonstrate to trainees what it looked like), there are more precise methods, including something they called the hematocrit machine which can measure *low normal*. On occasion I would take an iron pill the day before I was scheduled to donate, but if I didn't donate, I'd be sure to have a nosebleed.

Posted by l-empress at August 18, 2005 09:33 PM
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