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    Default Breastfeeding and tattoos....

    So I just want to know everyone's thoughts on the subject? I know people who have gotten tats while breastfeeding and I know people who wouldn't dream of it.. thoughts???


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    There's no reason why you can't get a tattoo while breast feeding.

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    I don't see why one can't get a tattoo when bf, unless she wants it done on her breast then i'm not sure if it's a good idea

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    No reason at all not to get one ...

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    Well there you go

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    Getting a tattoo does carry a risk of infection and blood borne diseases, personally I'd wait.

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    Quote Originally Posted by luvmyboys View Post
    Getting a tattoo does carry a risk of infection and blood borne diseases, personally I'd wait.
    But that's a risk at any point, and if you go to a reputable place that uses new and sterilized needles then the risk is so minimal it's basically non existent.

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    Quote Originally Posted by luvmyboys View Post
    Getting a tattoo does carry a risk of infection and blood borne diseases, personally I'd wait.
    because of this...You'd need to really suss out your artist and make sure they had an awesome autoclave and good hygiene standards.

    Hepatitis would be a main concern for some people.

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    My DH got one when I was pregnant ( our names and I asked about getting one too... They said they won't do it to pregnant women, I think if your breastfeeding it would carry the same risks. Ie infection etc.
    Personally I would wait.

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    Infection is always a risk.


 

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