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Male Blood Donor Turned Away For Not Answering If He Was Pregnant Or Not.

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3 hours ago, melthebell said:

shall we start at the beginning?

 

What was stopping the man ticking no?

A man goes somewhere and offers to let someone drain blood out his body in case someone needs it to stay alive.

 

For whatever reason he doesn’t think he should answer whether he’s pregnant or not because he’s a man.

 

they don’t take his blood.

 

he goes home.

 

 

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1 hour ago, makapaka said:

More rubbish and inflammatory nonsense.

 

 Who made the decision not to take his blood?

 

It was the people taking the blood that wouldn’t do it.

 

he doesn’t have to go and give blood.

 

he went to do it and they didn’t because he wouldn’t say if he was pregnant or not because he was a man.

 

The individual is irrelevant.

 

 Why is there any type of barrier to giving blood for pregnancy amongst men?

 

madness.

Spin it all you want.

 

Donor got chip on their shoulder, acted like an ass and refused to cooperate to simple, routine and perfectly reasonable questions and paperwork.   Damn right the clinic wouldn't take their blood.  He was a liability.   What else might he refuse to answer or comply with. 

 

The only madness here is some Donor being petty and childish in their pathetic attempt to try and prove a point.  The clinic staff were just doing their job.  

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6 hours ago, ECCOnoob said:

Spin it all you want.

 

Donor got chip on their shoulder, acted like an ass and refused to cooperate to simple, routine and perfectly reasonable questions and paperwork.   Damn right the clinic wouldn't take their blood.  He was a liability.   What else might he refuse to answer or comply with. 

 

The only madness here is some Donor being petty and childish in their pathetic attempt to try and prove a point.  The clinic staff were just doing their job.  

He was volunteering to give blood.

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18 minutes ago, makapaka said:

He was volunteering to give blood.

with a huge side serving of narcissism, there is a lot of it about these days.

 

Narcissist

 

Narcissistic personality disorder involves a pattern of self-centered, arrogant thinking and behavior, a lack of empathy and consideration for other people, and an excessive need for admiration. Others often describe people with NPD as cocky, manipulative, selfish, patronizing, and demanding. 

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9 hours ago, makapaka said:

A man goes somewhere and offers to let someone drain blood out his body in case someone needs it to stay alive.

 

For whatever reason he doesn’t think he should answer whether he’s pregnant or not because he’s a man.

 

they don’t take his blood.

 

he goes home.

 

 

Should anybody refuse to answer any question on the form they dont like?

1 hour ago, makapaka said:

He was volunteering to give blood.

which means they need important information, which means filling out a form correctly, not missing bits

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1 hour ago, melthebell said:

Should anybody refuse to answer any question on the form they dont like?

which means they need important information, which means filling out a form correctly, not missing bits

Well if God forbid I’m laid at the side of the road haemorrhaging blood and there’s none available to replenish it at least I’ll know the form was filled in correctly.

 

especially over a question as important as whether a man was pregnant or not. 

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19 minutes ago, makapaka said:

Well if God forbid I’m laid at the side of the road haemorrhaging blood and there’s none available to replenish it at least I’ll know the form was filled in correctly.

 

especially over a question as important as whether a man was pregnant or not. 

again ill ask what was stopping him ticking no?

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16 hours ago, makapaka said:

the issue is they refused to take a man’s blood because he wouldn’t confirm if he was pregnant or not.

 

 

No, the issue is that the form isn't complete and therefore isn't a reliable source of vital medical data.

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Would N/A or Y

(Chromosome) sufficed I wonder

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20 hours ago, melthebell said:

Where does it end? people not filling questions in willy nilly on such important forms?

 

What was stopping him ticking no on the form?

 

He decided to make a stand against bureaucracy, HE chose not to fill it in, HE chose to take a stand, HE chose to put his blood giving in jeopardy by not filling in a form correctly which is an important piece of information for such a dangerous practice.

So he was a man after all.

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5 hours ago, melthebell said:

again ill ask what was stopping him ticking no?

Nothing was stopping him ticking no. The bloke just wants to cause a fuss. We all have to fill  in forms for various reasons and most normal people just tick the box which best suits their circumstances without analysing whether the question is stupid because they want the form filled in as quickly as possible in order to do more important things.

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Simple resolution....add a column with N/A as an option.

 

Some of the questions regarding being out of the country for 6 months, injecting yourself with needles would suit an N/A option. 

 

A big fuss over nothing when lives are at stake

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