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If you were allergic to the metal when you got your belly button pierced would it be all right for you to get a tattoo or will it get infected?

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2011-09-12 22:23:33
2011-09-12 22:23:33

Getting a piercing is completely different from getting a tattoo. Also there are way to many variables for why people get infections after piercing. For some they have problems because they were not pierced properly, or it was not a sterile inviroment. They may not have been given the proper information to clean their piercing or their bodies may simply have rejected the piercing altogether. Of course as I have said these are all at the top of list and the list of possibilties could go on and on....Just my take....My opinion...

I also had a allergic reaction to a belly button piercing for me they pierced it to deep.I also have several tattoos,unless you are allergic to ink you shouldn't have a problem but remember inproper care could lead to a serious infection.Also before considering any tattoo remember this is for life removal scars so I suggest to you wear a fake tattoo where you want the permanent one,for at least 3 weeks fake tattoos can be removed with baby oil no laser needed.Also research your tattooist before you start.

AnswerYou Were Probibly Allergic To The Jewlry So The Tattoo Should Become Infected Unless Not Properly Cared For.
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