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Hey Kids dont try this at home or anywhere else for that matter This is meant only as helpful information as to what you should expect if you are contemplating on getting pierced not a manual to body piercing Although you will be told the procedure you must know how dangerous unprofessional body piercing can be You know of those lovely little iteams called veins and arteries it is very easy to nick or puncture one if you do not know what you are doing Trained professionals should be well-educated on anatomy so as not to do this Then drag your best friend with you you might want her to hold your hand Follow my guide through pre-procedue then the puncture and then bask in the afterglow of your new body modification while your piecer does the dirty work of clean up Warning Thee are a few important things you should know before you get into specifics of body piercing so here they are The beest atmosphere to get pierced is in a sterile one Nothing should touch you unless it has been sterilized or it involves an antibacterial liquid and if it touches you it schould be thrown away or placed in a biohazard are to be cleaned and sterilized later Your piercers hand should be washed and dried and immediately placed in sterile latex gloves every time she touches something that is not sterile Now that you have that under your belt lets dive into pre-procedure First you should be told how to clan and take care of you piercing If your piercer neglects to tell you ask You do not need to spend your hard-earned money on an infection Next ask your piecer to show you that the instruments bein used on you have been sterilized If all goes well you will be ready for the piercing If they do not you do not want to get pierced there Protect
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