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Old 06-25-2012, 06:08 PM   #11
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Clean shop and clean needles prevents a heck of a lot of stuff like this.

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i can't tell what happened! what the chit am i looking at here?!
He had an infection to something related to his new tat. The hospital, or someone, had to slice his arm open on both ends of the infection to drain his entire forearm to rid him of the infection.
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Old 06-25-2012, 06:20 PM   #13
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Looks like a through and through wound to me. Don't see how a tattoo gun could do that. I know you said its your cousin, but we need more details. Think about all the tats in the world. Never seen anything like that.
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Old 06-25-2012, 06:28 PM   #14
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For all those parents who don't want there kids gettin tatted... bringem on in "Dont that look fun".......

Once you get one your hooked I always crave a new one and always having ideas pop in my head, and I also watch them open new needles.
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Old 06-25-2012, 06:50 PM   #15
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Looking at it again, the tats in the first picture do not seem to match those in the later pictures... something does not look right here.
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The color on the tattoos are faded. Looks like he ha something else happen and not the tattoo. Even and infection that had to be laserated would not look like that. The edging and coloring are not signs of an infection with the tattoo. Weird situation. I think maybe someone didn't tell the truth.
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Looking at it again, the tats in the first picture do not seem to match those in the later pictures... something does not look right here.
It looks like the tat in the 1st picture is the one in the bottom of the 3rd picture.
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Its not always the shop's fault. Probably wasn't taking care of the fresh tat. If you don't keep it covered and properly cleaned it will get infected. A fresh tat is an open wound just like if you cut yourself and don't clean and bandage it, it will get infected.

With that said I would still like to know what shop too, but I wouldn't blame them unless there were others that had the same thing happen from the same shop.

My brother got an infection in his leg while in Alaska that was just like this. He had a minor open cut (a strawberry for those of you who know what that is) from sliding at baseball and didn't clean and cover it properly. It swelled up just like that and they had to cut and drain it the same way. He almost lost his leg. That guy should be lucky to not have any more problems.
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Its not always the shop's fault. Probably wasn't taking care of the fresh tat. If you don't keep it covered and properly cleaned it will get infected. A fresh tat is an open wound just like if you cut yourself and don't clean and bandage it, it will get infected.

With that said I would still like to know what shop too, but I wouldn't blame them unless there were others that had the same thing happen from the same shop.

My brother got an infection in his leg while in Alaska that was just like this. He had a minor open cut (a strawberry for those of you who know what that is) from sliding at baseball and didn't clean and cover it properly. It swelled up just like that and they had to cut and drain it the same way. He almost lost his leg. That guy should be lucky to not have any more problems.
Bingo home tat and didn't take care of it
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Bingo home tat and didn't take care of it
Well I hope it heals up and I also hope a lesson is learned. That crap is extremely dangerous.
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