Why do blood and plasma centers disqualify donors for too many tattoos? Many donation centers limit donors to three tattoos.
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I think the health department must verify that all ink is sterile as well as all the equipment is sterile. Once that is done, and the tattoo artist is licensed and trained in sterile procedures, the shop should get an ok from the health dept.
Here in Minnesota they do not ask donors if they received their tattoo by a licensed artist. Most of them have a tattoo limit that can't be exceeded according to an MPR report. This is such a fascinating topic to me. Thanks for your excellent answer.
Yes, but to me this makes no sense. A large tattoo on one person could be completed by multiple artists increasing the risk, and a person with ten tattoos may stick to the same artist with the right equipment reducing the risk. It really is 50/50.
Yes, but some centers allow people with three tattoos, and no more than that. A person with three tattoos could have had them completed by people on the street, whereas somebody with 4+ tats could be professional. The limit is not sensical.
Because more than three shows a type of addiction to the tattoos, therefore the person could be addicted to drugs and share needles (that's the mindset:caution)
Now that's stereotyping!
Yes it is. So? That's the way they do things, and how they get statistics, or didn't you know that?
You just keep on with trends and labels and, and I will enjoy a life where each individual is based on their own merits.
I'm just telling you why they do it that way I'm not stereotyping
I make no judgement of anyone You're just wanting to argue Goodbye