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2011/03/10 19:24:18 (permalink)

help with drawing and asperating

Hi guys,
            Im 2 weeks into first test e cycle 500mg a week and im having troubles drawing up and asperating.ive followed all the advice ive read or been told. I heat the test e in some hot water,use a green pin for drawing and blue for injecting.But when im drawing or asperating i find that the syringe is realy stiff when pulling back making it extremely hard to asperate WHAT IM I DOING WRONG OR IS THIS NORMAL.
Any help,advice would be gratefully received thanks.
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    silent rep
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    Re:help with drawing and asperating 2011/03/10 19:31:39 (permalink)


    Are you drawing from amps or a vial?.
    Aspirating should not be too hard, just carefully pull back
    on the syringe plunger and see if you draw any blood simple.

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    Re:help with drawing and asperating 2011/03/10 19:44:20 (permalink)
    Logic would suggest that your strength outways that of a syringe, therefore when drawing, maybe you find the test e slow to draw but if you keep the needle in the solution, the vacuum will draw the fluid ... I use 18g pinks to draw tho so no probs ...
    As for aspirating - same thing you are physically strong enough to draw back on the plunger but seeing as it's stuck in your ass then maybe its a bit of apprehension as opposed to a syringe problem?


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    Re:help with drawing and asperating 2011/03/10 20:40:52 (permalink)
    Im using amps purhaps i just need more practice .There just seems a lot off presure in the syringe and when trying to asperate one handed seems imposible i stuck it in my thigh last week and even with the use of two hands it was still extremely hard to pull back on.
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    Re:help with drawing and asperating 2011/03/10 20:50:26 (permalink)


    Where are you shooting?,if glutes then try to draw back as straight
    as poss when aspirating,hard i know but if you're pulling
    the plunger to one side it can sort of jam.

    You defo have these as they should be real easy to draw from?.

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    Re:help with drawing and asperating 2011/03/10 21:44:47 (permalink)
    chinny

    Im using amps purhaps i just need more practice .There just seems a lot off presure in the syringe and when trying to asperate one handed seems imposible i stuck it in my thigh last week and even with the use of two hands it was still extremely hard to pull back on.


    just how easy are you expecting it to be? its quite tough. when you pull back the plunger (once the needle is in the muscle) you are creating a vaccum effect so the plunger is fighting against you pulling it back and springs back if you let it go. you can't pull the plunger right back, you just pull it enough to see air come into the syringe, or blood if your in a vein (although it WILL pull back easily if you are directly in a vein)




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    Re:help with drawing and asperating 2011/03/10 21:51:10 (permalink)
    i tend to push a mil of air  into the vial then draw it out it works alot easier
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    Re:help with drawing and asperating 2011/03/10 21:51:59 (permalink)
    yes i definatly have amps( cidoteston 250mg).
    Im using a 2.5ml syringe ive got some 5ml syringes might try using them see if that helps.
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    Re:help with drawing and asperating 2011/03/10 22:05:37 (permalink)
    Chinny. I'm using Cidos also, it's my first cycle. First inj was Monday. I found it really difficult to push the oil into my quad even tho I had warmed my amps up under the hot tap. Are u finding this?
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    Re:help with drawing and asperating 2011/03/10 22:30:34 (permalink)
    check that your needle is tight on the syringe, if it's not airtight you will find drawing up from the amp can take forever.

    Also, don't yank on the syringe when it's in your muscle ffs, if you're in the vein the slightest draw will pull blood into the syringe, you don't have to pull some tissue through the needle in order to be sure...

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    Re:help with drawing and asperating 2011/03/10 22:48:46 (permalink)
    Cheers for the advice SecondRow. It surprised me the amount of vacuum there was when I aspirated, but trying to inj the oil into my quad it seemed like I was having to push the plunger really hard. I was standing up if that makes a diff? Also as it was my first jab I was properly tensing my quad where I was shi*ting it  lol. 
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    Re:help with drawing and asperating 2011/03/10 22:54:52 (permalink)
    you do have to push fairly hard, it is a muscle you're pushing oil into remember.     

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    Re:help with drawing and asperating 2011/03/11 09:43:52 (permalink)
    The most simple way of resolving it would be to change the needle and syringe brand.....

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    Re:help with drawing and asperating 2011/03/11 10:58:32 (permalink)
    Thanks for all the advice it sounds like im doing everything corectly,i thought i was but just wanted to check,i should be a expert by the end off my 12 week cycle.Thanks anyway
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    Re:help with drawing and asperating 2013/09/28 20:58:18 (permalink)
    should you massage after a jab or not ??? ive read mixed views?????
     
     
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