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What questions should you ask yourself before you get pierced?

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  • Do you have your parents' permission? Most places require you to have parental consent if you are under age 18.
  • What does your school say? Some schools don't allow students to have facial piercings.
  • Are you looking for a job? Some jobs don't allow employees to have facial piercings.
  • Are you thinking of donating blood? Some organizations don't accept blood from people who have been pierced within the last year.
  • Are you up to date with your vaccines?

From: Piercing WebMD Medical Reference

SOURCES:

TeensHealth from Nemours: "Body Piercing."

Palo Alto Medical Foundation web site: "Piercing."

Family Doctor web site: "Body Piercing."

Reviewed by Stephanie S. Gardner on February 12, 2019

SOURCES:

TeensHealth from Nemours: "Body Piercing."

Palo Alto Medical Foundation web site: "Piercing."

Family Doctor web site: "Body Piercing."

Reviewed by Stephanie S. Gardner on February 12, 2019

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