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2005/07/21 21:20:47 (permalink)

HELP VERY PAINFUL - CANNOT WALK

i started my first cycle yesterday

my cycle will be test enanthate 250mg for 8 weeks
35mg dbol ed for 4 weeks
nolvadex is on hand in case of gyno.


shot yesterday in the quad - went ok

i rubbed the area to spread the oil out to avoid the 'lump' some people get.

now the injection site is very painful and i cannot walk, the area is normal just pain inside

am i ok here?
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    techmouse
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    RE: HELP VERY PAINFUL - CANNOT WALK 2005/07/21 21:24:12 (permalink)
    forgot to add i done heavy squats at the gym today - did this affect anything??

    (afterall i did injec in to the quad)
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    RE: HELP VERY PAINFUL - CANNOT WALK 2005/07/21 21:35:43 (permalink)
    fine bro
    keep massaging as much as u cn and keep an eye on it
    if it gets worse then consult your doctor
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    RE: HELP VERY PAINFUL - CANNOT WALK 2005/07/21 21:42:04 (permalink)
    Hi

    Is the pain around the outer knee area?
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    RE: HELP VERY PAINFUL - CANNOT WALK 2005/07/21 21:50:10 (permalink)
    pain of of test e? never heard of that. huh back to my newb status
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    RE: HELP VERY PAINFUL - CANNOT WALK 2005/07/21 21:50:26 (permalink)
    no only pain on quad were injection site was

    great powerhouse i am very relieved now

    so this is normal to not be able to walk?



    also when will strength gains / bloat start to appear?

    noticed in gym today bit of extra strength but nothing special
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    RE: HELP VERY PAINFUL - CANNOT WALK 2005/07/21 21:51:11 (permalink)

    ORIGINAL: lilguy43

    pain of of test e? never heard of that. huh back to my newb status


    yes i am in a lot of pain - but only when i move my leg or touch the site
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    RE: HELP VERY PAINFUL - CANNOT WALK 2005/07/21 21:56:17 (permalink)
    i have a new job starting tommorow

    I hope the pain will subside after I get a good nights rest
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    RE: HELP VERY PAINFUL - CANNOT WALK 2005/07/21 22:02:04 (permalink)

    ORIGINAL: techmouse


    ORIGINAL: lilguy43

    pain of of test e? never heard of that. huh back to my newb status


    yes i am in a lot of pain - but only when i move my leg or touch the site


    you say when you touch the site its painfull ? ok is it red in colour and hot to touch
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    RE: HELP VERY PAINFUL - CANNOT WALK 2005/07/21 22:05:50 (permalink)

    ORIGINAL: khany


    ORIGINAL: techmouse


    ORIGINAL: lilguy43

    pain of of test e? never heard of that. huh back to my newb status


    yes i am in a lot of pain - but only when i move my leg or touch the site


    you say when you touch the site its painfull ? ok is it red in colour and hot to touch




    no my leg is completly normal just very painful and i have to hop and limp about


    damn i thought i was a connosiuer with pain! but this fuuck
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    RE: HELP VERY PAINFUL - CANNOT WALK 2005/07/21 22:08:50 (permalink)

    ORIGINAL: techmouse


    ORIGINAL: khany


    ORIGINAL: techmouse


    ORIGINAL: lilguy43

    pain of of test e? never heard of that. huh back to my newb status


    yes i am in a lot of pain - but only when i move my leg or touch the site


    you say when you touch the site its painfull ? ok is it red in colour and hot to touch




    no my leg is completly normal just very painful and i have to hop and limp about


    damn i thought i was a connosiuer with pain! but this fuuck



    you will be fine mate its just a new site being opened up prob a bit of truma from the needle moving about whaen you injected , try your glutes next time see how you go
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    RE: HELP VERY PAINFUL - CANNOT WALK 2005/07/21 22:18:16 (permalink)

    ORIGINAL: khany


    you will be fine mate its just a new site being opened up prob a bit of truma from the needle moving about whaen you injected , try your glutes next time see how you go


    Ditto that.

    I`m always sore after my first jab in a new site. Glute jabs are also less painful for me.

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    RE: HELP VERY PAINFUL - CANNOT WALK 2005/07/21 22:52:18 (permalink)
    thanks guys i am very relieved now. phew

    is their anything i can take to make the injection site less painful?


    can i take 'deep heat'?

    can i take cream?

    can i take a cold compress?


    need this pain to go away for TOMMOROW i cant walk at all and this is my first day new jon
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    RE: HELP VERY PAINFUL - CANNOT WALK 2005/07/21 22:55:49 (permalink)
    Not really mate you just have to grin and bear.

    Massaging the area helps a bit but creams are useles. It doesn`t last long though, should be fine in a day or two.

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    RE: HELP VERY PAINFUL - CANNOT WALK 2005/07/21 23:52:19 (permalink)
    Not what you want to hear mate... but it's usually worse 2days after lol

    AS the cycle goes on it well get better though! Never done quads myself but always find glutes the least painfull.

    Good luck
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    RE: HELP VERY PAINFUL - CANNOT WALK 2005/07/22 00:08:22 (permalink)

    ORIGINAL: techmouse

    thanks guys i am very relieved now. phew

    is their anything i can take to make the injection site less painful?


    can i take 'deep heat'?

    can i take cream?

    can i take a cold compress?


    need this pain to go away for TOMMOROW i cant walk at all and this is my first day new jon


    dont know if your doing this already but if your not try heating the amp up in a cup of warm water before inj
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    RE: HELP VERY PAINFUL - CANNOT WALK 2005/07/22 00:09:06 (permalink)
    It sounds like a new site being opened and then compounded by a heavy leg workout. I try not to inject in Quads on leg days (use glutes).

    Keep massaging and the pain will subside. Also keep stretching it helps

    Wrongun!
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    RE: HELP VERY PAINFUL - CANNOT WALK 2005/07/22 00:54:40 (permalink)
    I have had similar 3rd or 4th injection. I couldn't sleep coz my leg ached that much the ex missus thought I was really ill and got up in the middle of the night to get me some ibroprofen to help me sleep!

    Went the next day and i never looked bk!
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    RE: HELP VERY PAINFUL - CANNOT WALK 2005/07/22 08:44:46 (permalink)
    yes i couldnt sleep last not becuase of my stupid leg


    going to doctors now ...**** gotta tell him all.
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    RE: HELP VERY PAINFUL - CANNOT WALK 2005/07/22 08:55:37 (permalink)
    Is it BD T enan? I've heard a lot of underground guys putting excess BA in their enan, as they do usually with prop. I've heard of painful enan before, although its more rare.

    If you can get hold of cutting oil, mix 1 part enan with 2 parts cutting oil, should help significantly...

    The pain you have sounds VERY much like that I get from prop with high BA content.
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