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Would getting a small tattoo harm the baby while pregnant?


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2012-04-24 21:48:49
2012-04-24 21:48:49

Anything you do to your body, you do to the baby. This includes the jumps in adrenaline and endorphins your body produces when getting tattooed or pierced. So yes, it could. Most legit shops will not do it

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noRidiculous answer above! Never get tattooed whilst breast feeding or pregnant as there is a small chance it may lead to infection which may be passed on to your baby. There is only a small chance but do you really want to take that chance?A decent artist will never tattoo a pregnant lady anyhow.

Sure. The scar from the vaccination is only a small blemish that can easily be covered with a tattoo.

Well it depends on what you consider small? You can probably get a "small" tattoo for $60-75. More if you wanted color. Go and educate yourself first before getting a tattoo. Walk into a parlor and get an education.

Please do not get tattooed whilst pregnant. There is a small chance of infection which can then be passed on to the baby. It's a small chance but is getting ink worth complications? Wait until you've stopped breast feeding and then do it

It's quite small, but there is a chance of getting pregnant that way.

Your doctor is an idiot for telling you it would be fine. And your tattooist is not a doctor and is not qualified to give such advice. All doctors who actually know what they are talking about will tell you to wait until after you give birth - tattoo ink can enter the blood, blood which you are sharing with your baby.

No as long there is sperm you can get pregnant so use a condom

Some tattoo parlors have a starting price, (ex. $40-50). Won't matter what you get some tattoo artists do that. But having tattoos myself, I would say a small tattoo with no color could be anywhere from $40-100. Call your local tattooist and ask!

well it depends, if you have yet to start your period, then no there is no chance of you getting pregnant. however if you have, there is a small chance that you could get pregnant, but under certain circumstances, you would have to be ovulating for you to conceive

The tattoo laws in the US vary from state to state. Many have a law that prevents someone from getting a tattoo when they are intoxicated. This can result in penalties that range from a small fine to loss of license.

Don't chance it. Always use a contraceptive. Although the chances of you getting pregnant are slim you could be part of that small percentage of woman who do get pregnant on birth control.

It depends on the tattoo shop you would get it done at. Most tattoo shops have a minimus price (anywhere from $50 - $100) because you have to pay for a new needle, tattoo ink, etc. If it's a very small tattoo, most shops will do it for the minimum cost.

yes, and even on the birth control pill there is still a small chance of getting pregnant.

yes, and even on birth control there is a small chance of getting pregnant

There is a small risk of conceiving, but it depends on where you are in your cycle.

If you had sex it is possible you are pregnant. The chance of getting pregnant on your period, while taking BCP is quite small.

No but, she does have a small tattoo of a music note on her wrist

Selena Gomez got a small musical note tattoo on her wrist.

Depends on the artist and details but I would say probably about 15 to 50 dollars.

You can relax because there is absolutly NO possibility that she would get pregnant. Small enough that it is nearly unheard of. Don't worry unless some of it has gotten inside.

In Irish two possibilities: Rian, a diminutive of RÍ (king) or literally RÍ BEAG (little/small king). In ScotsGaelic that would be RÌGH BEAG.

Unless you or your partner has had radical surgery, there is always a possibility of getting pregnant from having sex.But if you're using two methods of protection simultaneously, and correctly, the chance/risk of getting pregnant is really, really, really small.

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