First  Prev  1  2  3  4  5  Next  Last
How did you find out your blood type, and what country do you live in?
5130 cr points
Send Message: Send PM GB Post
21 / M / Cloud Nine
Offline
Posted 2/11/12
i actually dont know my blood type, i was never told. and...
i am from Australia!!! and we are NOT infested with kangaroos and koalas, I live in a more "civilised" area haha.. .
50126 cr points
Send Message: Send PM GB Post
23 / F
Offline
Posted 2/11/12
Parents.
2030 cr points
Send Message: Send PM GB Post
43 / M / Canada
Offline
Posted 2/11/12

Darkraivids wrote:
I asked a nurse what my blood type was after she took some blood from my arm and she said that I didn't need to know.... lol. At that moment what came across my mind in disapointment was the "Okay" face. I live in America.


"hey, shut up. it's not your place to decide for me what i need to know or don't. now, what's my blood type? or do i need to ask my doctor and explain to him that you refused to release my personal medical details to me?"

actually, she probably has no clue. she's just trying to sound smarter than "i don't know"
go ask your doctor. or the medical office he works in.
2030 cr points
Send Message: Send PM GB Post
43 / M / Canada
Offline
Posted 2/11/12

SecondLife wrote:
i am from Australia!!! [ignore] [ignore] [ignore] infested with kangaroos and koalas [ignore] [ignore] [ignore] .


oooh~ koalas~ they're so cute!! do you have one for a pet? my dad brought me a koala t-shirt when he went on a cruise :D
35567 cr points
Send Message: Send PM GB Post
26 / Canada
Offline
Posted 2/11/12
I live in Canada and everyone I know knows his blood type. Also, we tested it for fun in high school.
3229 cr points
Send Message: Send PM GB Post
26 / F / Europe~
Offline
Posted 2/11/12
We weren't allowed to test in school actually since a girl found out she was adopted that way (true story)

But we did it in senior year in high school, I'm A but I don't remember if it was positive or negative...
Sweden
6882 cr points
Send Message: Send PM GB Post
21 / F / Strawberry Fields
Offline
Posted 2/11/12


Hey, I am from France. When I was little my mother told me I was O type like my dad. But no one wasn't sure. Well last year I had this problem so the doctor told me to do a blood test. Well so thats how I was able to find out that my blood is B+ like my mom and sister. :)
Posted 2/11/12 , edited 2/11/12
I go to the doctor and the doctor check blood for me.
57018 cr points
Send Message: Send PM GB Post
33 / M
Offline
Posted 2/11/12
Im O negative. my anatomy and physiology class in college had it typed. im in the united states.
32 cr points
Send Message: Send PM GB Post
26 / F
Offline
Posted 2/11/12
I did hv test in high school..but unsure bout that time..plus my mother told me that our family is group O family..then, i'm absolutely sure when i'm donating my blood..I'm O positive..n i'm frm Malaysia..
2012 cr points
Send Message: Send PM GB Post
Offline
Posted 2/11/12
A+ is my blood type. I found out when I was a kid. Don't remember how. My mom always gave blood and I have always given blood since I was 18 so that may be how I found out. But I have known as long as I can remember and I'm 42 now. My grandmother was an RN before she retired and she was in her 90's when she died last year and she always said it was important to know it so my whole family knows. I didn't know that most Americans didn't know their own blood type before this...lol. (I live in the southern part of the USA)
Posted 2/11/12
Umm I think it was when I was in hospital and had blood tests n shit so I just happened to ask the nurse.
Posted 2/11/12
If you go to blood donation things, they tell you what blood type you got. They also tell you of any STD's you got... Wish I never went...
4747 cr points
Send Message: Send PM GB Post
Offline
Posted 2/11/12

youwannaroll wrote:


Darkraivids wrote:
I asked a nurse what my blood type was after she took some blood from my arm and she said that I didn't need to know.... lol. At that moment what came across my mind in disapointment was the "Okay" face. I live in America.


"hey, shut up. it's not your place to decide for me what i need to know or don't. now, what's my blood type? or do i need to ask my doctor and explain to him that you refused to release my personal medical details to me?"

actually, she probably has no clue. she's just trying to sound smarter than "i don't know"
go ask your doctor. or the medical office he works in.


It was actually a new doctor I was going to. And like I said, in America, nobody cares about blood type, much less uses or documents it as far as I know unless you are donating or you need blood or to give blood to family. It is probably part of the whole "not finding out that you might be adopted" concept.

5130 cr points
Send Message: Send PM GB Post
21 / M / Cloud Nine
Offline
Posted 2/11/12

youwannaroll wrote:


SecondLife wrote:
i am from Australia!!! [ignore] [ignore] [ignore] infested with kangaroos and koalas [ignore] [ignore] [ignore] .


oooh~ koalas~ they're so cute!! do you have one for a pet? my dad brought me a koala t-shirt when he went on a cruise :D


Crikey, of course I do. I sometimes even sleep with them and the galahs and we sing songs under the gum trees and eat damper.
First  Prev  1  2  3  4  5  Next  Last
You must be logged in to post.