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Who ever keeps putting all this add rubbish on here, your brain must be the size of your nuts. Have you not worked it yet once an add gets answered...
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Who ever keeps putting all this add rubbish on here, your brain must be the size of your nuts. Have you not worked it yet once an add gets answered...
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This is not the best place to put this question as this site is a medical site, you must be sick if you posting your question here? And keep posting...
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This is not the best place to put this question as this site is a medical site, you must be sick if you posting your question here? And keep posting...
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I'd say that a piercing would be a lot safer than a tattoo to be honest.Follow the care guidelines to a tee or it could risk your life! Make sure...
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Hi I do think you mean unborn baby? I think for her own good she postpones the rest of her tattoo tell its all over just in case it gets miss shaped...
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Is it a healed tattoo? If so there should be minimal risk. If not then you should not put anyhing on it that isn't reccomended by your tattoo...
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Hi But these henna tattoos can give some people lots of skin problems, and some of these will last, a life time, not much of a choice then.To anybody...
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The general answer is no, that being said you can the reason it isn't recomended is the increased risk of infection that a tattoo creates.
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You could. Find an artist that's going to be comfortable doing it first, it's not that much harder than tattooing of normal skin but some...
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Not sure, but sounds more like a spider bite.  I'd show it to a doctor.
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Many people do. This common skin condition should not be a problem with a tattoo.
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Usually, a tattoo would not disqualify you as a organ donor.
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Sure.
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