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Thread: Injection site pain and redness/swelling

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    Injection site pain and redness/swelling

    I’m 41 and have been injecting for almost a year now. I’ve never really had an issue with this other than once in a while but has never been a consistent problem. I’ve taken breaks between cycles when needed, always used a 23 gauge needle, and have been with the same gear provider the whole time. I’ve always switched injection sites each night to try to prevent this from happening. Currently I’ll inject one compound in each shoulder one night, move to glutes the next night, quads the following night and start over. But for some reason lately, I’ve been getting pain, swelling and redness in at least one injection per site the next day. Other than the frequency of my injections, nothing has really changed. Any ideas or suggestions...?

    Thanks

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    Different batch... It happens. If it's intolerable work it out with your source.



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    Quote Originally Posted by cbbram View Post
    Different batch... It happens. If it's intolerable work it out with your source.
    Yeah depending where I inject in my quad if I even THINK about bending my knee fully (as if I were on a seated hamstring machine) my leg feels so tight. If the pain is in my shoulder, it’s like I have a knot in there

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    It maybe something with this batch, like a higher than normal BA concentration or the like.

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    Generally if there’s a spot that’s less problematic than the others, it’s my glutes

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    Glutes are generally more forgiving when it comes to PIP.



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    Is it possible to have a reaction to different compounds?

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    Of course... Some are notorious for PIP and well as some esters.



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    Quote Originally Posted by cbbram View Post
    Of course... Some are notorious for PIP and well as some esters.
    Do Sus, Prim, or Test Prop make that list?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maximus146 View Post
    Do Sus, Prim, or Test Prop make that list?
    Yep... All 3



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