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2006/07/13 08:45:04 (permalink)
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Help please!

Hi, I'm coming to the end of a 500mg pw Test E cycle. I did a jab on Tues 4th July which seemed to leave my left Glute with a slightly hard area around Injection Site. Last Saturday I jabbed in Right Glute and everything was fine. Tuesday this week I felt the hard area on Left Glute had cleared up so I jabbed in same area,( slightly higher) again.

Now the hard area has become larger and slightly swollen. It is also a bit painful when I sit on it Is this the start of an abcess??? Should I go to Docs or just "wait it out"?
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    Medichecks
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    RE: Help please! 2006/07/13 08:52:14 (permalink)
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    doubt it but still keep an eye on it..try massaging the injection site to help disperse the oil..maybe a heating pad if you like..
    what size pins you using?
    moving the pin around much when injecting?
    if its red,swollen,warm to the touch and your running a fever then id consider taking the trip to the doc
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    odyysey
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    RE: Help please! 2006/07/13 08:57:47 (permalink)
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    Using 1.25 inch Blues to jab with. I don't recall the pin moving round anymore in Left Glute than Right Glute.
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    RE: Help please! 2006/07/13 10:33:04 (permalink)
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    Can't answer your question, but I'd use another site (quad) for a while

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