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Epurr44

Inner Bicep pain/redness. Infection?

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I had recently gotten my upper arm sleeve done 5 days ago and I am experiencing the most pain from my inner bicep. it's more of a shooting pain and comes in flashes. Theres been a constant redness since the tattoo, but my artist had wrapped in it Saniderm so I had thought it was caused by the irritation from that so on day 4 I had removed it. The pain and redness is still there, what do you think? mind you it also hurt the most throughout the tattoo as well. 

 

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Wouldn't other parts of my arm be affected as well? and also the pain started before the Saniderm. I had it put on the day after my tattoo. Which at the time everything hurt, but my inner bicep had the worst pain throughout the session and after.

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What day did you have the tattoo done? Kind or hard to give advice without knowing how long you've had it.

In general though, the inner bicep is thin, delicate skin. I don't see anything in your pic that would cause me to worry.

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I got it done 5 days ago. The skin in the inner bicep looks almost bubbly compared to the skin on the outside of my arm. Its just concerning because it's the only part that hurts out of the the whole piece.  But thank you I appreciate the advice! 

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