Tylenol is not a blood thinner, it should be fine to take before the tattoo, the best things you can do before a tattoo is mentally prepare for it, put yourself in a pleasant place in your head, perhydrate the day and night before and get a good nights sleep, eat a really good healthy meal right before the tattoo, bring sugary candy and water with you to the tattoo, I bring skittles and M&M's, I also bring a banana to eat half way through, eat a little cand
I like the new guy's style, too. Highlights and some outlining added to the top might help it, applied by the right person. Print out a photo and have him show you what he's intending. I don't know about the Tylenol question, but I doubt it'd help much. It's just a sensitive area and it's gonna suck.
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