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    It pays to aspirate.

    Last night was the first time ever that I saw a syringe fill with blood while aspirating. I was doing a quad injection and I felt a twitch like a hit a nerve, and when I aspirated the syringe quickly began to fill with blood. It definatley pays to aspirate thats for sure.

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    Thats not the last time it will happen to you. Especially if you run prop. When I run prop it happens to me at least 5-6times on cycle.

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    its only ever happened to me with glute shots

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlInDsIdE
    its only ever happened to me with glute shots
    That is strange because they say the glute has the fewest veins of all the possible injection sites.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Habanero
    That is strange because they say the glute has the fewest veins of all the possible injection sites.
    Well actually there are few spots in buttocks where if you injected in could cause very serious nerve damage.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nicky B
    Well actually there are few spots in buttocks where if you injected in could cause very serious nerve damage.
    Outside, upper glute alternating cheeks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Habanero
    Outside, upper glute alternating cheeks.
    I heard people talking about a new spot on the outside of the glute. Supposed to be safer and avoid nerves.

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