The human body contains six quarts of blood. When you donate blood, the American Red Cross takes one pint of fluid. Some people lose consciousness afterwards, and some people don’t, so the amount it takes you to lose consciousness is relative, and can even change for one person duing his or her lifetime.
However, the amount you can lose and still live is much more definite: the death line is two quarts, or a third of all the blood in your body.
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