when injecting, do u guys take into account the oil that is in the needle also, or just pull back to the desired mark on the barrel for your dose?
ok maybe that wasnt clear...say u want to do a .5ml inject. do u just hit the mark for .5ml in the syringe or do u leave it a bit less to take into account the oil that is still in the needle?
just depress the plunger fully and you'll get nearly all the drug out of the barrel. No reason to overshoot your dosage imo.
Asking a question like that CLEARLY shows you do not know how to inject properly and your technique is incorrect.
lol seriously sometimes its hard for people to be civil online
Anyways, if you always overdraw you'll have to consider you will always need more than what your cycle tells you to inject (lets say you drew up a cycle with 600mg/week of test then you actually need like 650mgXhowever many weeks you running to have enough to finish with constant levels).
its always worthwhile to have more anyhow, just in case of a dropped vial or even dropped needle. Nothing like drawing a needle and being just about to inject to have someone yell "I need to use the toilet" and you drop the syringe because you are startled
I have wondered the same thing when I first started. The plunger bottoms out before the needle which means that some is still left. EasyEJL is correct that it is a minimal loss. You can verify this with an experiment. Draw the fluid. Pull in a large air bubble. Point the needle up which brings the bubble to the top. Now depress & watch how soon you see liquid come out of the tip when the bubble disappears. Its instant. You dont even notice the extra distance traveled before the squirt. Hope this isnt confusing.
It doesn't matter.
We used to just fill the syringe and shoot every 3 days. Did you know a 3cc syringe holds 3.5 cc's?