Sunday August 5th, 2012 @ 6:42 PM
Filed under: Surface/Unusual
Hello BME. It sounds weird, but I actually want to induce my dermal anchor to reject.
I had 4 of them in a row, and 3 rejected. I did not have them removed and allowed the rejection process to finish. They left behind some nasty scars, which I actually like (they look like small scarifications).
Now I want the 4th one to reject, so that it will leave a similar scar and make everything look like one scarification work. If I have it removed, I think it will leave a different scar, ruining my new (accidental) “piece”.
Any opinions will be appreciated. Thanks!
PS: The picture is very bad, but you get the idea.
A chainsaw, a monkey, 2 pairs of leather pants and a industrial sized vat of lube. Im sure you see where im going with this.
seriously though, giving someone advice on how to cause rejection is the opposite of what I normally do, so its hard to even consider it. I think the easiest way to lose an anchor to rejection is to get it caught on something. this usually starts the slow process and will leave you with a scar.
Now I cant in good faith tell you to catch it on something, but if you did, then it would probably reject.
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