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Hello Everyone,

Mainly joined here because I have a question about one of my tattoos that is still in the healing process, but I'll see where I go from there with the forum, but this one seems pretty good.

Haven't had tattoo's for very long, in fact, not even a year yet, but I do not plan on stopping anytime soon.

My name is Rob, currently working at a photography program and hoping to take that into a full time career, potentially photojournalism. Not really to sure what else to say about myself.

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What's up Rob, what's the query?

Ill probably post it in the aftercare section as Ill likely get the best results, not that Im doubting an answer from you, more just it seems like the proper spot. As for my question, its about how its healing, as it seems to be doing something odd, and I am fearing an infection.

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