THE RED BUMPS MIGHT BE FROM THE BODY HEALING THE TATOO. AND OR MAYBE YOUR TATOO ARTISTS HAD A HEAVY HAND AND DUG HARDER WITH THE TATTOO GUN. GET SOME A&D OINMENT AND KEEP IT WELL MOISTURIZED Red bumps have nothing to do with how the tattoo artist applies the tattoo, but more likely indicates that you are allergic to something you are putting on your tattoo. That is very common to happen if you are using neosporin or polysporin ointments. stop using any type of ointments because they can clog your pores and also cause bumps to form, switch to a light hand cream instead. something that is unscented and for sensitive skin is better. try to avoid any moisturizers with lanolin. if your tattoo feels dry, it needs some moisturizer, if it feels fine, leave it alone. too much moisturizer can also be bad. If you are concerned, see your doctor or a dermatologist. they can prescribe you proper medication to treat an allergic reaction.
to much ointment could do it. if its been a few days switch to lotion, if your tattoo is still fresh try applying less ointment.
it could be ingrown hairs
if you pick at your scabs
Normal tattoos in themselves cannot cause death. However, if the tattoo ink is mixed with a poison that can be absorbed in the skin and is lethal, then a tattoo would kill someone, but only in that circumstance. Other than that, a tattoo cannot cause death.
If they are little bumps, perhaps you have an allergy to the oils/scents used to massage you. Also the bumps could be white-heads caused by the oil clogging your pores.
around 200-500 but that all depends on the tattoo artist. i would look around.
Yes, it would.
i think i remember reading that white spots round the eye area can be a sign of high cholesterol.
Yes depending on what type of snake and if it had time to inject a venom into the dog then yes this could be the cause of bumps and swelling near the eyes
If you have bumps around your vaginal area going to a doctor would be the best things to do. It could be one of a few things, non of which would be pleasant.
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I'm not sure why this occurs, i'm currently having this happen now and was seeking an answer myself. I was bitten by a mosquito and the outline around my tattoo is raised like it was freshly done all over again. (Tattoo is 13 months old) Any answers would be greatly appreciated to curve my curiosity
Genital warts can somtimes cause itchless bumps. There are a million other bumps you can get down there however. The best thing to do would be to see a doctor while the bumps are still present. A good doctor should be able to tell what they are by a visual inspection of them. You can also have hair follicles. Have you shaved down there lately? I used to get bumps all the time from shaving.
You would have to phone around a few tattoo shops in your area and see if any one is willing to do it.
loose or bad u joints.
Did you grow or develop that piercing or tattoo in response to the environment around you or have it passed on genetically from your parents? That's why.
Hypothyroidism would have no effect on your tattoo, and conversely, your tattoo would have no effect on your thyroid gland.
Actually, the stress of getting a new tattoo could cause someone with epilepsy to have a seizure. You should always ask your doctor before getting a tattoo if you have any major medical problems. Even having a cold could have an impact on your tattoo.
Cost?... well it would cost around about $5 and $20
I assume your meaning "what medications can i take before getting a tattoo", and the answer would not be asprine. Asprine are blood thinners and can cause serious problems, as can drinking. Do not take asprine or drink with in 48 hours before getting a tattoo.
Legal age to get a tattoo is 18, some shops don't do parental consent but phone around and ask to see if any one would be willing to tattoo you with parental consent.
First thing I want to say, is that, I have never ever heard of someone wanting to get a tattoo on their ribs and I personally think its quite creative. Anyways, I do know that the average tattoo is around $200. Depending on where it is, the price will rise. It the price will change also, depending on the size of the tattoo. So I would think that the price would be around 1000 dollars. Depending on the size.
catapillaris ilonifus ronum. They can cause permenent nerve damage if said subject is allergic, however, you probably would know if you were allergic. They can also cause large boils and/or raised bumps around the area of contact.
Some people would get a eye tattoo if they have a blemish or have had damage done to their eye. The reason they would get one is that the eye tattoo would hide the imperfection from sight.