Tattoos and Body Art

What happens to my brestmilk if get tattoo?


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2011-09-13 12:11:18
2011-09-13 12:11:18

Tattoos do not effect the breast milk as the ink doesnt travel through the bloodstream, however i would not risk getting a tattoo while you are breastfeeding as other aspects of the tattoo could potentially harm a baby such as infections which can be picked up from a new tattoo which can travel through the bloodstream and be passed into the milk. Therefore i would wait until you have finished breastfeeding before getting a Tattoo.

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