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Least Painful Place To Get A Tattoo
No: Please read my recommendation to ur other question about tatto and scars. But tattooing a area with scar should not be more painful, unless there is a problem like active inflammatipn or infection. Then you should avoid the area completely. Even keloids are active inflammation areas and they should be avoided. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Tattoos on your breasts, or elsewhere, will not have any effect on your pregnancy or on breastfeeding your new baby. It may not be a good idea to get a new tattoo during pregnancy or while breastfeeding, because of the small risk of infection from the small breaks in the skin that ...Read more
Yes: that's fine. Be sure it is something you truly want for the rest of your life. ...Read more
Tattoos before radiation? I learned that patients get tattoo before the radiation therapy process, what and why are there needs to do so? Are they permanent or painful?
Tattoos : Tattoos are sometimes needed for radiation therapy. It depends on the part of the body being treated and the type and amount of radiation being given. If they are necessary the tattoos are only the size of the tip of a ballpoint pen and they look like little freckles. The tattoos are used to line the patient up with special lights in the treatment room in order to make sure that the patient is in the same position every day for the radiation treatments. The tattoos do sting for a moment when they done, but most people think it is less painful than an IV or blood draw. They are generally permanent, but hardly noticeable and could potentially be removed with a laser if they are bothersome. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Hi doctor, lately my left arm is hurting me pretty much if i get angry. Ps:i have a tattoo in the same arm that starting to feel painful.
Yes: It is safe to get tattoos. You should ensure that the tattoo artist is using sterile technique and the facility is clean & reputable. This means the artist should wear gloves, clean your skin with alcohol, use a sterile new needle, new unused inks, and use sterile technique with sharp items & bleeding, if any. People get into trouble with reused needles & inks causing infections like hepatitis c. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Probably: As a plastic surgeon, I'm against tattoos in general but if you really must have one, I would make sure that you're antiseizure medication is on board, If anything like skin irritation has ever precipitated the seizure before. It might be sporting to mention your history to the tattoo artist although I doubt anything is likely to happen ...Read more
Depends: Depends on what part of your body is being tattooed, and who's doing the procedure. There is need for clean needles and non-toxic inks, etc. You would need to check the health regulations for your state, and see if the parlor you're considering using, is following them. Otherwise, you're exposing yourself to dangers you can't even guess at. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I say "Yes": I am going to assume you do not have the severe type iii disease. If you test for it, von willebrand's is extremely common, some say as many as one person in 100. Today's tattooing techniques do not cause most people to bleed at all. My nih database search showed no reports of adverse effects. If you are sure you want it & have for a few years, go head. Even better -- ask your hematologist. ...Read more
My tattoist says its fine to get tattooed just 1 month after finishing 7 months on accutane. Is he right?
Can i get a tattoo if I have rauynads phenomenon? I have many from years i know but went to my friends tattoo shop & she said it might not be good ?
You can: Raynaud's phenomenon will not be effected by tattoo. However, people with raynaud's syndrome have more difficulty healing because of the constricted blood flow. There is only one very important thing you have to keep in mind; getting it done safely. Find a licensed artist. Take care. ...Read more
It is possible for..: A person with a bleeding disorder like vwf def to get a tattoo, but precautions are warranted. If you normally utilize DDAVP (desmopressin) or similar adjunctive to address bleeding, it's advisable to administer doses the day of and following the tattoo to mitigate/prevent bleeding. Using a tattoo artist with designated training in infection control is essential. Not my cup of tea, but others have done it. ...Read more
On unaffected areas: Tattoos always have some risks and dangers. In patients with raynaud's phenomenon, there are repeated episodes of inadequate blood flow to the hands and feet, plus some other areas. Any injury to affected areas may take longer to heal, may be at higher risk for infection, and can have a harder time clearing any infection. It seems wise not to tattoo any areas affected by raynaud's phenomenon. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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