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Harm Reduction Notes for the COVID-19 Pandemic

Stick n pokes

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- Sun, 06 Aug 2017 14:47:50 EST WhfnGPwC No.61517
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So I've been giving myself shitty stick n pokes recently, and I was wondering if you guys have any tips on how to prevent swelling while I'm actually doing them? Pic unrelated.
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Archie Pendlespear - Sun, 06 Aug 2017 14:54:46 EST 5mnrtCJt No.61518 Reply
Tattoos are going to swell, not too much you can do about it besides taking some tylenol.

Also, stop giving yourself stick 'n pokes. Go to a real tattoo artist.
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Jenny Ciffinglidge - Sun, 06 Aug 2017 15:36:01 EST /7Mf5gHR No.61519 Reply
Haha i gave myself a stick and poke once.

I made my needle myself but you can buy pretty good stick and poke needles on amazon for like $5 which might help you out. Also probably just make sure that everything is sterile as it can be, was the area beforehand with soapy water too and make sure you shave it.

Also try not to have to go over and over the same area loads, obviously unavoidable if you're doing certain things but if you get better at doing it you might need to do less poking.

Also if it's a decent size bepanthen, or panthenol is a pretty good cream to put on afterwards.

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