Only you can decide if you want to keep it, or attempt to have it removed. Laser treatments are painful, expensive, and take a lot of patience because it is a long process. You have to really want the tat removed to undergo this process.
Don't get discouraged. They will continue to fade over the next few weeks.
Thank you for sharing your story. My experience has been very similar. I haven't posted my story, but I will soon. It's nice to know that we are not alone.
You may want to consider getting a consult with Dr. Vincent at Belle Meade Dermatology. That is who I see and I love her.
Every 2 weeks? I still have blisters and scabs 2 weeks after a treatment. What type of laser are they using? I am in Nashville, as well.
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