Each tattoo bleeds during tattooing. It is impossible to change. The problem is that some tattoos bleed harder than usual. It is necessary to understand whether this is normal and whether you avoid it.
When Is Bleeding Normal?
You need to wait for the next if you are going to get a tattoo: there will be bleeding during the tattoo and after you get the tattoo.
The blood will be regardless of whether you want it or not. Usually bleeding along with ink and plasma lasts 24 hours. This average time can vary from 12 to 36 hours.
Bleeding will continue after the tattoo artist already completed the work. After the conditional 36 hours of the eruption, the tattoo will begin to heal.
The tattoo will bleed while receiving the tattoo because the tattoo artist creates an open wound. Bleeding is a normal reaction of the body.
Wash the tattoo using a mild antibacterial soap and dry instead of being frustrated about bleeding.
Apply a tattoo care product on dried skin and observe the condition of the tattoo.
Tattoo artist often does not recommend taking painkillers such as ibuprofen or drinking alcohol. These factors cause bleeding tattoos.
Painkillers and alcohol inhibit clot formation. It prevents the tattoo from healing. Therefore, it is impossible to stop bleeding effectively if you take these methods.
Many people take medications prescribed by their doctor to thin the blood. The health status of these people depends on these drugs. However, such medicine can also trigger increased bleeding.
Genetics also determines how the bleeding will be.
Have you decided on where the tattoo will be? The power of bleeding depends on parts of the body you got the tattoo.
Blood pressure can be high in this part of the body. Therefore, bleeding increases if the tattoo artist begins to work there. Shoulders usually bleed harder than arms.
What To Do If The Tattoo Bleeds Longer Than Usual?
Sometimes a tattoo bleeds longer than usual. And people have a bleeding tattoo for 36 to 48 hours. For more than 48 hours, bleeding necessarily has a cause.
Alcohol Or Medicine
It can be different products, painkillers or blood thinners, activity level, and much more.
You need to see a doctor so as not to risk your health and not lose blood for so long.It is especially necessary if you are taking medications that thin the blood. Ask your doctor if you need to stop taking medicines while you receive and heal the tattoo.
Sport And Physical Activity
Bleeding can continue even if painkillers and blood thinners are not your stories. You may have been very active.
Tattoo artists and doctors contraindicated physical activity and sports after you get a tattoo. Intense exercise disrupts the healing process. Your body needs more time to stop the blood and heal the wound.
It is better to leave the sport and training while receiving a tattoo. I think you will not gain extra pounds during this time. However, giving up sports at this time can protect your health.
Did you not to do any of the above and bleeding continue? It may be a sign of infection.
The last main reason why your tattoo may take longer to stop bleeding is an infection.
It is rare to get an infection in modern tattoo shops where the process of creating a tattoo has become very sterile. Even though everything is according to the instructions, improper care of a tattoo can cause an infection.
For example, you did not leave the tattoo clean enough, so the bacteria did the trick.
Bleeding is one of the symptoms of infection. You should see a doctor immediately if you suspect an infection. Do this as soon as possible to avoid more unpleasant consequences.
Bleeding + Ink = What?
Sometimes bleeding occurs with ink. It is very scary, but it is a normal situation.
It is because the tattoo artist has packed enough ink. This amount of ink is sufficient or insufficient for your body requirements.
If this amount of ink turned out to be too much for your body, the skin ejects ink during the initial bleeding. It is not a cause for concern. Just the body is getting ready for healing.
Wash dried blood off with water and use lotion on the tattoo area. It will make the skin moisturized. After all, the skin healing process will go well.
Bleeding upon receipt of a tattoo and after is a normal reaction of the body to injuries. It should bleed more than 12 hours after you got a tattoo.
Contact a specialist (doctor or artist) if your bleeding looks abnormal. It will help you avoid unpleasant consequences such as irritation.
Take care of the tattoo like a newborn baby if you do not want to get an infection and damage the skin.