http://www.uk-muscle.co.uk/steroid-t...q-jabbing.htmlI never aspirate when i shoot in the glute as i find it to difficult an angle...
However when i shoot in the thigh i always do.. and thank fcuk for that...
This morning i shot into the left thigh aspirated and blood came up into the pump, This is the first time this happened..
I removed the needle and pushed out the blood onto some tissue and shot again, making sure to aspirate... this one was good...
What would have happened had i not aspirated?????? I know IV injection of oil is bad... would it kill???
Does it have to be a large vain or was it that i just hit a small vessel???
Hope this helps mateON ASPIRATION...
Yes, aspirating is important, particularly if you are planning to inject a limb. If you are injecting your glutes, you don't need to worry about hitting veins as much, because it's fleshier and not flush with veins at the surface (within 1-1.5") Arms, however, or legs, can be dangerous areas, because they are rife with veins and you could potentially hit one. You don't want an intravenous injection (IV) you want an intramuscular injection (IM) with most AAS. Insulin and GH are a little different and require subcutaneous injections (under the skin only), but that's for another time.
So every time you inject an area that is leaner, has more veins visible, and is an "unknown" kind of area, always pull back the plunger once the needle is in the site. If you pull back and it feels as though it's resistant (how it ought to feel) then you're okay. But if you pull back blood, push the blood back in, slowly, without loading it with the AAS in the syringe too much, and pull the needle out.
Once out, unscrew the needle point and put another on. That needle is now dull and can cause an abscess if injected again. Also, it contains blood now, so don't expose it to air and then re-inject. That's important.
If you are are inexperienced, don't really hit other sites but your glutes in the first couple of years. You need some development to begin site injecting, IMO. Besides, I'm not a big fan of site injecting for most people. It's a tricky business and I've seen too many nightmare infections, abscesses and such.
More info here that I like:
Glute...place thumb tip on your top hip bone, spread your fingers out and straight. Where the tip of your pinky is where you jab
Yes, you have to cycle different body parts due to abcess and plain ole soreness.
Glute and thighs 1.5" and 1" for everything else.
More on Aspiration:
Aspiration is a technique used to ensure that needle placement is correct prior to injection. Assuming the correct syringe and needle, after insertion and prior to injection, pull back on the plunger. Resistance should be met and neither blood, air, or material of any kind should return into the syringe. If so discontinue the injection entirerly and repeat. If resistance is met with no aspirate material seen, injection can proceed.