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New to the tattoo forum, and of course I have questions, that's why I am here. I will try to wait until I post the 10, but really I do not know much about tattoo's, which is why I came here to begin with. After I have visited a couple of pages and read some of the posts, this seems like a pretty good forum. And "LST", I'm from the "STL"!!!

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I was just trying not to bend the rules, but my tattoo began itching and it has been over a year and a half since I got it. I only have two tattoos, so just a newbie. Well, I was scratching it, not paying too much attention. Then, it felt like I pulled something out of it. Sure enough, it was something solid and the same color as the tattoo. It is black. It almost felt like plastic. I tried to smash it between my fingernails and it would not compress. It actually shot out from between my fingernails and I lost it. Tattoo still itches, not near as bad, but I have stopped scratching it! Any ideas on what that was or could have been?

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Sometimes, even years later, tattoos will react to weather and other factors, raising up and getting itchy. I couldn't really tell you what it was you scratched off but you could maybe take some antihistamines to help deal with the itch.

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Sometimes, even years later, tattoos will react to weather and other factors, raising up and getting itchy. I couldn't really tell you what it was you scratched off but you could maybe take some antihistamines to help deal with the itch.

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