Repost on how to reduce injection pain
- 12-01-2002, 06:29 PM
Repost on how to reduce injection pain
I found this one on Freaky Muscle. I don't know if it would work but it does sound viable. Comments from the vets would be appreciated. Also does anyone know how to take off the background formatting of an article?
2 Techniques For Reducing Injection Pain
Buy some Sesame, Soybean, Safflower (whatever kind of
oil you like) oil from the store. Take one of your old
10ml bottles (we all keep'em around) and sterilize it
using 91% isopropyl alcohol or 99% if you can find
it... Meijer carries 99%. Pull the aluminum seal off
the bottle and throw it away and pull the stopper out
(keep it). Sterilize a small bowl using the alcohol
and then put enough alcohol in the bowl so that you
can immerse the bottle and stopper in it... leave it
sit for at least 15 minutes. Take out the bottle and
rubber stopper and let them air dry. Once the bottle
is dry, fill it with sesame oil... you can use a
filtered syringe if you want but I've never found that
necessary, especially if you use a syringe to just
take the oil off the top of the bottle. Now place the
bottle in the good ol' microwave and nuke it for 2
minutes on high. Leave it sit until it cools and then
place the rubber stopper back in the bottle.
Next time you go to inject, for each cc of gear you
withdraw in to the syringe, withdraw 1/2cc of regular
oil. That's a good starting point and should do the
trick for ya... if not, increase 1/4cc until you're
comfortable. If you have a severe reaction to BA, you
may need to go cc for cc.
There's also another trick concerning BA. If you have
some bacteriostatic water or sterile water sittin'
around try this.
If you're shooting 2cc's of an oil injectable,
withdraw your 2cc of whatever oil inject you're using
and then withdraw 1cc of the water. Put that in the
fridge and let it sit overnight. Next day, tilt the
needle up and shoot out the water. This removes much
BA because BA is more attracted to water than it is
oil! Might wanna try that also.
- 12-05-2002, 05:02 AM
Thanks for the article matt. I have one better I have access to an autoclave and can use it to resterilize the glass then add the mixture to it. So chat at you later man.
- 12-05-2002, 07:39 AM
You lucky dog... I guess working in the medical field does have its advantages
01-14-2005, 01:37 AM
I believe I have a friend who has a sever reaction to BA, he has a horrible time injecting anything with BA in it, swelling, extreme soreness, lasts for weeks sometimes. Would this BW theory actually make a EOD AS a possibility for him. Or even the whole diluting it with plain oil?
Appreciate any input or opinions...maybe even personal experience?
01-14-2005, 01:44 AM
I have been informed that one could mix .2 - .4 ml's of sterile oil with their gear when loading the pin to make it more comfortable.Originally Posted by CarryOnTheChaos
01-15-2005, 01:24 AM
no pain no gain !...I kinda like the pain makes me wana bust my ass in the gym !
01-15-2005, 11:20 AM
his reaction is so bad that the injection site swells up like a baloon, it almost looks like he has an infection...thus, he cannot even train that part for at least 5 or 6 days. I know the prop ester is the actual culprit of the painful injections, but i doubt it would affect someone this much. Thus, i think it is the BA. I'll have him try adding sterile oil today. He used the dilutin BW theory the other day and only shot 150mg's as his right leg is down for the the count 2 days later???
thanks for anymore info.
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