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    Last edited by 8f7dn48dn3v5dn4d8f6kg; 04-14-2016 at 01:46 AM.

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    Smart@$$ is offline Banned
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    Jan 2005
    you passed through one, but if you aspirated it did not go into a vein. do not freak out, and maybe a little gear but most is in the muscle and pulling out the vein is closer to the skin. it will happen time to time ass, or quad also. just clean up the blood and drive on.

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    c5529 is offline Member
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    Nov 2004
    So. Cal
    Yep, you definitely passed through a vein and it bled when you pulled the needle out....As long as you aspirated and know that you did not inject into a vein you're fine....This happens to me every now and then too.....and usually in delt injections...

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    PurePower is offline Senior Member
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    Jul 2003
    Keep holding the plunger down when pulling out the needle. When you dont keep pressure on the plunger it creates a vacuum and pulls out gear and blood already in your injection site. Im not saying this is what caused your case, but it helps me (personally) prevent this from occurring.

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