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English dermatologist revealed the danger of tattoos made on their own in isolation for pandemic coronavirus. His words are quoted Daily Mail.
According to Latif Fahim (Faheem Latheef), in connection with the closure of tattoo parlors lovers tattoos boredom began to put pictures in the body itself, using needles and ink. The expert notes that this activity is unsafe, and can lead to serious health problems.
“To do tattoos at home is especially dangerous because there is no reliable way to ensure complete sterilization of the needle — this can cause allergies, blood poisoning, various infections and viruses, and the spread of bacteria,” explained by the dermatologist.
The physician also described the signs of infection: the skin around the damaged area becomes red and warm. The Englishman warns that complications can lead to the need for the introduction of intravenous antibiotics. In addition, he emphasized that over time a homemade tattoo will lose the original form and on the skin can form scars.
Moreover, inadvertently with a needle can hurt the blood vessels, leading to profuse bleeding. “If you take medicines such as aspirin, ibuprofen, warfarin, clopidogrel, the risk of bleeding is increased twice”, — he added.
In April, the Londoner Chris Woodhead (Chris Woodhead) made his more than 40 new tattoos during isolation due to pandemic coronavirus. He explained that the process of creating and printing on the body helps it to relax in the “difficult time”. Each held in quarantine the day he stuffed a new tattoo, and now complains about the lack of space on the body.
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