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the harder it has to work and the more thinly spread out the soldiers become. If you're already fighting one thing, you don't want to purposely invite more trouble for your body to deal with.
And as rare as it may be, you obviously don't want to infect someone else for something that can be postponed. Getting a piercing or tattoo when your immune system isn't at 100 percent simply isn't a good idea, even if you just have a cold body piercing jewelry for sale
Just like going to the gym or the office, it's also pretty inconsiderate to bring your illness into the tattoo/piercing studio and risk passing the germs onto others, not least of all your artist. They would much rather you cancel, and then help find a way to reschedule your appointment with you, sterling silver nose rings
than have you give them an illness that will make them lose out on other clients by not being able to go to work. But it begs the question, how far out should you reschedule your appointment? Would a week be enough time to get over a cold?