Sub Q Test Cyp Injections

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    Sub Q Test Cyp Injections


    Is anyone here doing sub Q test injections? This is being promoted heavily in another forum. I decided to try it and so far I have had no problems with it and it is simpler than IM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BJE View Post
    Is anyone here doing sub Q test injections? This is being promoted heavily in another forum. I decided to try it and so far I have had no problems with it and it is simpler than IM.
    Slightly behind the times...Been doing them for 5 years. I use a 29 gauge 1/2 inch needle in shoulder by injecting on a 45 degree angle not straight in. Straight in would may be more IM. I suggest this technique when parents who have children autism are using b-12 from their Dr. It tends to have less side effects by mimicing a slow release vs an immediately release. Giving an autistic child a IM shot of methyl b-12 with the wrong genetic snps will cause elevate stimming where as giving it underneath the skin there is less to likely to occur.
    I am not a medical Dr, please keep in mind that this answer is for information purposes only, and is not intended to diagnose, treat or replace sound medical advice from your physician or health care provider.
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    I had been doing a shallow IM in the thigh with a 1/2" 31g needle pushing straight in. Now I am injecting into the fat on my buttocks. A couple of times I've gotten red itchy skin over the injection site.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Matrix View Post
    Slightly behind the times...Been doing them for 5 years. I use a 29 gauge 1/2 inch needle in shoulder by injecting on a 45 degree angle not straight in. Straight in would may be more IM. I suggest this technique when parents who have children autism are using b-12 from their Dr. It tends to have less side effects by mimicing a slow release vs an immediately release. Giving an autistic child a IM shot of methyl b-12 with the wrong genetic snps will cause elevate stimming where as giving it underneath the skin there is less to likely to occur.
    Do you think that the there is a chance that the dosage would need to be adjusted with sub q or will the blood level still be the same as with IM?
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    I have seen very little if any change in majority of time since I have been recommending it to Drs. I do notice some drop in e2 for some men. Every one is different there is no direct answer.
    I am not a medical Dr, please keep in mind that this answer is for information purposes only, and is not intended to diagnose, treat or replace sound medical advice from your physician or health care provider.
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