This question was answered on Tue 07, Dec 2010 05:55am by Dr Sheetal Kaul

what is blood replenishment?

    
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what is blood replenishment?

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Answer by Dr Sheetal Kaul  on Tue 07, Dec 2010 05:55am:

Hi, blood replenishment is the time one takes to recoup the status after donation of blood. Generally plasma volumes (blood minus cells) will return to normal in around 24 hours, while red blood cells are replaced by bone marrow into the circulatory system within about 3-5 weeks, and lost iron replaced over 6-8 weeks. Protein rich diet with iron will speed it up somewhat. Take Care.
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