Don't get a Tattoo till you watch this

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The link between getting a tattoo and the long-term effects on health are not widely known. This video is to discuss the possible negative effects of getting a tattoo.  

Some of the common complications of tattoos are well known. Such as infections with hepatitis, HIV  with use of contaminated needles. My primary focus of the video today is the long-term effects of tattoo inks

During my research I was able to find several reports of ink complications, infections, toxin effects, scarring, burns, chronic irritations, and much more.

 Getting a tattoo, places a huge burden on our immune system, activates immune cells which can trigger autoimmune diseases such as  sarcoidosis, lupus,  lichen planus and many others.

Getting a tattoo often leads to what is called a type 4 or delayed hypersensitivity reaction. 

Dr. Raj Singh MD, FACP, FASN, is an Internist and Nephrologist who specializes in Health wellness, Hormone Balancing, Medical weight loss, and anti-aging therapies. He has trained numerous physicians, Allied health professionals, pharmacists, and others over the past decade in the art and science of overall wellness and comprehensive health management instead of the traditional symptom and drug-based approach.

He practices at Healor Primary Care and seven heart med spa in Las Vegas, Nevada. He is an assistant professor of medicine at the UNLV School of Medicine and faculty at Empire Medical Training.

Dr. Singh has received several Top Doctor Awards, has appeared on radio shows, and is considered an expert in wellness and anti-aging circles.

He often travels to teach at medical conferences throughout the United States and Abroad.

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3900 West Charleston Blvd ste 170

Las Vegas, NV 89102


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