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Kelly Osbourne plans to remove some tattoos

HollywoodNews.com: Kelly Osbourne appears to be undergoing quite a makeover and now she is considering getting rid of a few meaningless tattoos.

After having her tattoos covered up for the film ‘Should’ve Been Romeo,’ Osbourne realized she didn’t really want certain ones on her body anymore, states People. Now, she has already gone ahead and met with a dermatologist to discuss removing a keyboard on her forearm and a heart and bones emblem on one of her wrists.

And while she isn’t looking forward to the length of time it will take, she is happy to hear “it hurts less than getting the tattoo.”

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  • October 7, 2010 | Permalink |

    Oh my God, please be careful. The place that I went to for this was Dermacare Laser & Skin Care Clinic in Cherry Hill, NJ – Dr. Pinto. The laser tattoo removal process is the worst pain I have ever felt. I was told that this process was a very safe and reliable process. One of the safest and would leave no scars and I would be guaranteed success on the removal of my tattoos. The pain was excrutiating. I have never felt worse pain in my life. They put a numbing cream on before the laser but it didn’t really help at all. I have 13 tattoos and he roughly shot around 10 of them. After the process he put antibiotic cream on them and wrapped them. I was to come back 6 weeks later but he was booked the 6th week so I was scheduled for the following week, which would have been June 10th (that visit never happened, thank God for knowing my own body or I would probably not be here today to write this letter. This happened the year of 4/2006. I didn’t start to feel back to normal till around June 10th but here is what I had to go through:
    I would say a week and a half after the first treatment of laser tattoo removal I started feeling very ill. I became ill with upper respiratory, fever, weak, nausea and vomiting. I couldn’t get out of bed for a month. So weak I couldn’t even make it to the bathroom or shower and times feeling like I was going to have a heart attack. I had a fever for weeks, that has never happened to me. I would wake up in the middle of the night the bed soaked because my body was sweating so bad after I took a pain pill for the fever. I was so scared, I felt like I was dying. This was a terrible thing that I had to go through. I have always been perfectly healthy so the tattoo Dr. telling me that it wasn’t from the laser tattoo removal wasn’t logical to me. My own Dr. didn’t know what was happening to me and he agreed that the tattoo removal process did hurt me. How do you proof such things. Briefly to tell you on my blood tests, the week of May 11th my liver numbers were elevated slightly 70, 55, 55, a week later on May 18th they went up to 129, 99, 140. At the time of my elevated liver numbers they ran a test on me for Hepatitis and it came back positive on Hepatitis C. he then ran a test to see if the Hep C was active in my body and it showed No Activity of Hep C in my body. I have never had any issues with any signs of Hepatitis in my body. My body had a ultrasound done on my liver and gall bladder, they looked normal but the spleen was enlarged. I am lucky that I was so healthy to begin with but if I wasn’t I know this procedure would have killed me. I hope to stop further sicknesses or even deaths from happening because of this horrible treatment they have out for tattoo removal.
    The Doctor at the Laser Tattoo removal refunded part of my monies but not the cost of the initial treatment (maybe it’s because it would have been a admission of guilt). He did tell me that this treatment may have made my immune system not work like it should have and I caught a virus. HOW CAN THIS PROCEDURE BE CALLED SAFE IF SUCH A THING CAN HAPPEN!!! I DON’T UNDERSTNAD. I have always taken such care of myself that this disturbs me greatly.
    Also after all this roughly a year after this happened, I was diagnosed with thyroid cancer. When the immune system is down the body attacks the thyroid so no one can tell me I didn’t get the thyroid cancer from the laser tattoo removal process. The cancer came out with the thyroid removal but I lost one of my vocal chords. My other vocal chord has taken over pretty good because my voice is almost like before.
    Please live with the skin you have. Your tattoos are a part of you and your life story. Don’t take that away.

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