Re: taking diazepam before giving blood?
Yehh.. Im sorry, really. I guess I stereotyped you for a min..
Looks like you might be okay. Good Luck. Mayoclinic says:
Medications of Concern for Blood Donation
Accutane© (Amnesteem, Claravis, Sotret, isotretinoin) - usually given for severe acne
Avodart© (dutasteride) - usually given for prostate enlargement
Coumadin© (warfarin) - usually given to prevent blood clots
Enbrel (etanercept) - usually given to treat psoriasis, arthritis or Crohn's disease
Feldene (piroxicam) - anti-inflammatory medication – usually used for arthritis
Growth Hormone from Human Pituitary Glands - used only until 1985, usually for children with delayed or impaired growth
Hepatitis B Immune Globulin - given following an exposure to hepatitis B
Note: This is different from the hepatitis B vaccine which is a series of three injections given over a six-month period to prevent future infection from exposures to hepatitis B.
Humira (adalimumab) - usually given to treat psoriasis, arthritis or Crohn's disease
Insulin from Cows (Bovine, or Beef, Insulin) - used to treat diabetes
Plavix© (clopidogrel) - antiplatelet medication - usually given to reduct the risk of heart attack, stroke
Propecia© (finasteride) - usually given for baldness
Proscar© (finasteride) - usually given for prostate gland enlargement
Remicade (infliximab) - usually given to treat psoriasis, arthritis or Crohn's disease
Soriatane© (acitretin) - usually given for severe psoriasis
Tegison© (etretinate) - usually given for severe psoriasis
Ticlid© (ticlopidine) - antiplatelet medication - usually given to reduce the risk of stroke
Unlicensed Vaccine - usually associated with a research protocol