Subcutaneous injects of AAS?

  1. Subcutaneous injects of AAS?


    I heard HCG can be applied subcutaneous but what about AAS? I believe this form of injection has much lower risks than directly into the muscle. Please forgive my bad knowledge about injectables, i only looked into orals and transdermals until now.


  2. aas cannot be pinned subcutaneously. the volume of gear alone would make that a terrible/painful way to pin.

  3. i don't know bout injecting directly into fat as with hCG... but i have used slin pins when injecting multiple short ester compounds pinning into delts, quads, bis, tris, and chest. and it works very well.
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  4. Quote Originally Posted by bigred6347
    aas cannot be pinned subcutaneously. the volume of gear alone would make that a terrible/painful way to pin.
    Plenty of people doing doing this, some doctors have trt patients doing it as well

  5. i had no idea. wouldnt that be extremely painful and cause a depot right under the skin?

  6. Quote Originally Posted by bigred6347
    i had no idea. wouldnt that be extremely painful and cause a depot right under the skin?
    Trt doses of test would not

    Cycle doses would

    You're better off injecting into muscle with slin pins for cycle purposes

  7. Quote Originally Posted by chocolatemilk

    Trt doses of test would not

    Cycle doses would

    You're better off injecting into muscle with slin pins for cycle purposes
    Real men pin directly into thier testicles, keeps your balls swole too!
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  8. I pinned sq for a while but stopped...seemed like I had more estrogen sides sq

  9. Quote Originally Posted by jbryand101b

    Real men pin directly into thier testicles, keeps your balls swole too!
    synthol only for dem testes brah

  10. not the answers i hoped for will go the oral and transdermal route then...

  11. Quote Originally Posted by uubiduu View Post
    not the answers i hoped for will go the oral and transdermal route then...
    The simple answer is that you can, but why would you want to? Intramuscular injections are more efficient, less painful, and - when using proper aseptic procedures - completely safe with very little chance of infection. As long as you're using sterile solutions and proper technique, you've got a better chance of getting hit by a bus than giving yourself an infection.


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