Injecting question

  1. Injecting question


    I will be starting my first cycle of test e in about a week. In all my research and reading i have not been able come across an answer to my question.

    Once the needle is in and you pull back on the plunger to make sure there is no blood, if blood comes into the syringe can u still injected the test e once the needle is in a better spot or do I have to draw up a new cc?

    Thank you in advance for answering my question or any advice you might have. I will be injecting in my leg.


  2. Quote Originally Posted by superchris View Post
    I will be starting my first cycle of test e in about a week. In all my research and reading i have not been able come across an answer to my question.

    Once the needle is in and you pull back on the plunger to make sure there is no blood, if blood comes into the syringe can u still injected the test e once the needle is in a better spot or do I have to draw up a new cc?

    Thank you in advance for answering my question or any advice you might have. I will be injecting in my leg.
    You should draw a new syringe, but I don't. You only draw less than a drop, so for me, I take any risk and have never had a problem. But, if I were advising, I'd have to say draw a new load.

  3. Thank you so much, it totally makes sense to draw a new syringe. Just wanted to make sure, I really don't want to waste any precious test e if there was no need.
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  4. Quote Originally Posted by superchris View Post
    I will be starting my first cycle of test e in about a week. In all my research and reading i have not been able come across an answer to my question.

    Once the needle is in and you pull back on the plunger to make sure there is no blood, if blood comes into the syringe can u still injected the test e once the needle is in a better spot or do I have to draw up a new cc?

    Thank you in advance for answering my question or any advice you might have. I will be injecting in my leg.
    You just need to change spots. Inject into the Vastus Lateralis as you will be less likely to hit a blood vessel.
    No need to waste any medication. Your own blood is fine to inject into yourself and will not compromise the test.

  5. Quote Originally Posted by DetroitHammer View Post
    You should draw a new syringe, but I don't. You only draw less than a drop, so for me, I take any risk and have never had a problem. But, if I were advising, I'd have to say draw a new load.
    You are only supposed to change the needle. Your own blood will have not harm you or the meds. Changing the needle isn't required though as it is only changed to reduce trauma from the injection.

  6. Thank you for clarrifying this issue for me, this being my first time pinning myself I am expecting some soreness and possibly some redness on my leg. Just wanted to make sure that I didn't cause an infection or ruin the gear if blood showed up in the syringe.

    I could have asked a few doctors I work with at my Job but it's not something i want to ask about with people from work lol

  7. Quote Originally Posted by TKconserve

    You just need to change spots. Inject into the Vastus Lateralis as you will be less likely to hit a blood vessel.
    No need to waste any medication. Your own blood is fine to inject into yourself and will not compromise the test.
    That is exactly where I was going to inject, read that it is the best place in the leg to inject. Was going to inject in glutes but the leg seems alot easier for a first time. I will for sure alternate between each leg.

  8. Just as an FYI, the act of pulling back the plunger on the syringe during an injection is called aspirating

    I'm actually glad you asked this, because I had been wondering the same thing for a while. I always thought maybe after the test was "tainted" with your blood, you shouldn't be injecting the test + your blood intramuscularly, but I really didn't know such a thing for sure.

    To expand on the question: if you aspirate and you do draw blood, should you simply pull the needle out a little bit (or push it in a bit more) and aspirate again to see if you're no longer in a vein? Or should you completely pull the needle out, replace the needle, and pin/aspirate again?

  9. Quote Originally Posted by GreenEarth View Post
    Just as an FYI, the act of pulling back the plunger on the syringe during an injection is called aspirating

    I'm actually glad you asked this, because I had been wondering the same thing for a while. I always thought maybe after the test was "tainted" with your blood, you shouldn't be injecting the test + your blood intramuscularly, but I really didn't know such a thing for sure.

    To expand on the question: if you aspirate and you do draw blood, should you simply pull the needle out a little bit (or push it in a bit more) and aspirate again to see if you're no longer in a vein? Or should you completely pull the needle out, replace the needle, and pin/aspirate again?
    According to the nurses guide and medical procedures, you're supposed to discard the entire contents if you draw blood. The reason is that upon second injection, you won't be able to tell if you drew blood a second time and once blood enters the syringe, it's considered contaminated. Now, having said that, I agree with everyone above and just re-inject. When I do it I switch legs to get a fresh start. If you go in deeper, you may pass through the vein, but once punctured, you could have the depot seep back into the wound; nothing fatal, but it'll burn.

    In real life, you don't even need to replace the needle. I never do. I just pull out, say "D amn," and stick it in the other leg.

  10. Aren't you the same guy who shattered his ankle and walked around on it for 2 weeks before realizing you should get it looked at?

    DH, when will it be my turn to be as badass as you?

  11. Quote Originally Posted by GreenEarth View Post
    Aren't you the same guy who shattered his ankle and walked around on it for 2 weeks before realizing you should get it looked at?

    DH, when will it be my turn to be as badass as you?
    Yeah, I'm the idiot that thought he had a bad sprain.

  12. I think most of us would have been bitching to be taken to the hospital immediately haha.

    Speaking of which, I remember you had said you were considering HGH usage to quicken the healing process - how has that been working for you?

  13. Quote Originally Posted by GreenEarth View Post
    I think most of us would have been bitching to be taken to the hospital immediately haha.

    Speaking of which, I remember you had said you were considering HGH usage to quicken the healing process - how has that been working for you?
    I used HGH during the recovery and low TRT doses of test, 200mgs per week. The cast was on for six weeks. At week 5 I started to walk a little on it, trying to strengthen the leg. I also started Anadrol, 50 mgs per week and test at 400mgs. The cast came off and my ankle was totally flexible. He said I didn't need therapy or the boot. So I walked out with the crutches over my shoulders. The knees and legs are still weak, but I feel strong. It's been 10 days now and I'm walking normally and lifting the same weights as before. In my opinion, the HGH and test really helped.

  14. Quote Originally Posted by DetroitHammer

    I used HGH during the recovery and low TRT doses of test, 200mgs per week. The cast was on for six weeks. At week 5 I started to walk a little on it, trying to strengthen the leg. I also started Anadrol, 50 mgs per week and test at 400mgs. The cast came off and my ankle was totally flexible. He said I didn't need therapy or the boot. So I walked out with the crutches over my shoulders. The knees and legs are still weak, but I feel strong. It's been 10 days now and I'm walking normally and lifting the same weights as before. In my opinion, the HGH and test really helped.
    Hey did u use rHGH or synth hgh. Red or yellow tops? I can't spell the real names I know the red hyge or some h word the yellows start with an s. if used both which did u prefer
    Christopher
    http://anabolicminds.com/forum/old-school-hormone/239904-csa2179s-hulk-mirror.html#post4289751

  15. I'd just switch spots. It's your own blood.

  16. Quote Originally Posted by CalebRM
    I'd just switch spots. It's your own blood.
    Ok Thanx you for the advice! I was really curious about this.
  

  
 

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