Donating plasma is a very safe procedure with minimal or no side effects. Possible side effects that can occur during and after donation include dizziness, fainting, nausea, convulsions and shock. At the site of the needle stick there may be bruising that lasts for a few hours or a few days. If you have any questions about these or other possible side effects please contact us and ask to speak to a qualified medical staff member. If these or any other symptoms are severe, please seek professional medical attention as soon as possible.
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