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PostSubject: My latest editions   Sun Jan 10, 2010 3:44 am

I had 2 tattoo done while in the Seychelles, a lizard and a palm tree. Tropical style!! I am still thinking what design to get that is related to bikes...



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PostSubject: Re: My latest editions   Sun Jan 10, 2010 3:46 am


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PostSubject: Re: My latest editions   Sun Jan 10, 2010 5:05 am

Good effort. Im liking them alot. Get yourself tested for Hepatitis C though mate, It is quite common to get it from places like the Seychelles.


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PostSubject: Re: My latest editions   Mon Jan 11, 2010 8:09 am

Bro, the chance of catching hepatitas C is the same as catching Aids through blood to blood, sharing needles. No tattoo artist in the world should be re using needles, you should always see your artist remove a new needle from it's packet. It is good advice for everyone tho, make sure your artist uses new needles!!!



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PostSubject: Re: My latest editions   Tue Jan 12, 2010 9:22 am

RedZ wrote:
Bro, the chance of catching hepatitas C is the same as catching Aids through blood to blood, sharing needles. No tattoo artist in the world should be re using needles, you should always see your artist remove a new needle from it's packet. It is good advice for everyone tho, make sure your artist uses new needles!!!



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There is actually a much higher change of catching Hep C than HIV. Although, thankfully it is not usually chronic and passes in a few months.

Alot of people dont know this, but HIV as a virus is very weak and unstable. When exposed to air, the HIV virus dies and thus cannot reinfect. So even if you get your hands covered in HIV infected blood, the chances of becoming infected are actually quite small. Drug addicts who share needles can become infected because when a hypodermic needle is used, a small amount of blood is left in the needle itself; untouched by air. Tattoo needles on the otherhand are just thin pieces of steel with a pointed edge. Any blood on this would have been subjected to air and therefore the HIV virus would have died. Hep C however, can stay alive for a lot longer. Thats how people can catch it from sharing toothbrushes etc.

Redz, that's sound advice though about making sure the needles are new and unused. They are nearly always sterilised by E.O gas, so make sure you ask how they are sterilised and make sure any needles are opened in front of you.

As an addition to what Jason has said, also make sure you ask about how they sterilise their equipment prior to use. Pretty much everything should be heated in an appropriate autoclave so that it is completely sterile before use. Ask loads of questions, any decent tatto artist will respect you more if you do so.

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