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Does high blood pressure affect how your body will react to getting a new tattoo?

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2006-02-10 16:37:08
2006-02-10 16:37:08

If you are on blood thinners, you will bleed more. I have high blood pressure, have a heart condition, take two blood thinners and aspirin a day, so their is concern, I was. I had tattoos before and have had three since then, I did bruise a lot easier and it does tend to bleed a little more, but not that it made a difference. Each tattoo went way better than I thought and healed in the same if not sooner than the ones before. I would recommend taking 600 - 800 milligrams of ibuprofen before; it takes a little sting of the pain.

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