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1 hour ago, Tinny448 said:

Ok calm down, I wasn’t saying you were right or wrong. The easiest answer is see a doctor or it’s an infection, I just wanted something a little more educated than that that’s all.

I’m calm and with more than 200 hours in the chair a hell of a lot more educated than you. Also done with you. Onto my ignore list you go.

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6 minutes ago, Hogrider said:

I’m calm and with more than 200 hours in the chair a hell of a lot more educated than you. Also done with you. Onto my ignore list you go.

Lmao, good guy! I asked for help described what I thought and you come all “know it all” all because you “have more tats than me” behave. 1 hour or 100 hrs is the same. 
 

Anyway if someone has had this sort of issue I’d appreciate your input, not a cock measuring contest, just genuine advice. 
 

like I say after tomorrow I will go to the docs to see if it’s something bad!? After so long and no symptoms I assumed I was ok health wise.

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24 minutes ago, Hogrider said:

I’m calm and with more than 200 hours in the chair a hell of a lot more educated than you. Also done with you. Onto my ignore list you go.

What is with the influx of these latest people? Ugh. Know-it-alls are the worst.

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4 hours ago, SStu said:

Huh. Nope - that's a head scratcher, for me. That's on the inside of your arm, right? Maybe it's rubbing on your rolled up shirt sleeve, or something?

It’s on the top of my forearm, the top side of my palm side. It’s weird as it didn’t react straight away. 
 

I am not a tattoo vet so I am a little worried, it doesn’t hurt and I’ve had no symptoms of it was an infection. No puss, no illness etc. it just seems to dry up peel and dry up and peel over a few days. 
 

In short I’m having a sleeve so back every 2-3 weeks when a slot is open. My artist isn’t worried about it and wants to wait it out, as I’m back so often I haven’t had time to go for a check up and as I’ve not been poorly I didn’t feel the need? Should I? 

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On 1/24/2020 at 6:51 PM, oboogie said:

What is with the influx of these latest people? Ugh. Know-it-alls are the worst.

Especially when they don't know jack schitt.

He's a Richard Cranium, he'll slink off with his tail between his legs soon enough.

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Under cheek is by far my worst experience.  I have 1 down and 1 to go and the odds are good my healing is going to be an experience. Sitting, standing, walking, existing; I feel like a wimp.

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