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Date of posting: 2014-12-08 12:45:01
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Description: Went to donate plasma. The container that the plasma go in had my blood in it. When you donate plasma they get the plasma and return your blood back into your system.I lost about a pint of blood. Driving home I blacked out luckily my wife was in the car with me. After wards I was sweating a lot and couldn't hardly breathe.
Zipcode: 61832
City: Danville
State: Illinois

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