No reputable tattoo artist will give you a tattoo while pregnant. It could do serious harm to the unborn baby. It is recommended that you shouldn't even dye your hair while pregnant. There is no need to get tattoos while pregnant, wait until the baby is born and your body is at full strength before you go ahead and get one. Your only prenant for 9 months, its not long to wait.
I really don't see any problems, but ask your doctor. A tattoo does carry risks.
Only if you are extremely unlucky. You should avoid a tattoo on the stomach or back, just in case.
It depends on how much weight you gain during your pregnancy.
As long as you don't overdo it (remember, the baby feels the stress and pain, too) or tattoo your belly, it's okay.
Getting a tat is not dangerous for pregnancy.
Not generally, using a good moisturizer daily will prevent the formation of stretch marks.
Getting a tattoo while pregnant can be very risky. The chemicals in the ink can affect your baby during the first 12 weeks of pregnancy. The chemicals can be dangerous to the fetus.
Your Vagina houses the fetus, so you might as well tattoo a big fat welcome mat or your labia.
No, tattoo's don't cause miscarriage. Doctors suggest you wait until after having the baby due to your compromised immune system during pregnancy can delay healing or cause infection.
Yes. You are not to, under ANY circumstance to get a tattoo while you are pregnant. You are bombarding the body with a foreign substance that your body will fight off, and in the pregnant state, this is not good. It is a standard question that is asked before any tattoo. Wait the nine months.
during pregnancy-no during labor yes