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Blood Thinners WHOSALE BODY JEWELRY: If you are taking any kind of medication to thin your blood, you'll want to inform your artist beforehand and probably also consult your doctor. Depending on the reason you're taking the medication, it might not be wise to get tattooed, or it might just require shorter sessions. Anti-Rejection Drugs: If you have had an organ transplant and/or are on anti-rejection medication, getting a tattoo might not be in your best interest. Consult with your doctor first to determine if your overall health is strong enough to withstand the stress of getting tattooed, BELLY BUTTON RING and if your medications may interfere with the healing process.