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    Question Blood drawn + exercise performance.






    So my blood was drawn for cholesterol levels + hepB test. Just two small vials. I have to get another vial drawn on Friday.

    I am just curious...would this yield a noticeable effect on my exercise performance? I am speaking in terms of losing red blood cells, and aerobic performance.

    It isn't like I am giving blood by the pint, but just curious if anyone knows.
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    Honestly when I used to get my blood tested, my workouts used to be weaker .. I would load up on some lentils very high in iron ..

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    I had three vials drawn and the next day it really didn't seem to make a difference.
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    My friend had a pint taken, and even a few days later he couldnt run across a car park without being as out of breath as a big fat guy, and he's usually pretty fit.

    Glad the vials didn't slow you down any
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