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    air bubbles in the syringe

    No matter what I do I can't seem to get all the air bubbles out of the syringe when i fill it with test e, and its not those little tiny bubbles that look like dots. There's always at least one significant air bubble left no matter how much i tap it and try to push it out. I'm drawing from a little glass amp and theres no rubber on the top so i can't turn it upside down like i'm use to. Could an air bubble harm me or should i just do the best I can and inject it....thanx

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    you are cool as long as you don't hit a vein. When you insert the needle pull back on the plunger and if it fills with air bubbles slam it. If blood enters the syringe don't even think about it pull out and try another spot same process. air won't hurt your muscles.

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    unless ur injecting IV its ok..I always have the odd bubble that doesnt wanna go out

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    Sometimes you can get rid of air bubbles when you shake the syringe. When pulling from an amp, try to pull past where you should fill it, so you can have enough space to try to get the air bubbles.

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    i like the bubble so i know i get all the oil injected.

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    Yea that dam bubble never seems to go away. Its ok though.

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    it takes quite a bit of air to cause an embolism anyway, and you would have to hit a vein..a few bubbles blah it wont hurt you at all.....i used to work in dialysis and someone was bolused a couple of hundred cc's...we broke out the crach cart and called ems..they lived

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    I have always heard it takes at least a cc of air to kill you. Whether that is true or not.....don't know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gsxxr
    i like the bubble so i know i get all the oil injected.
    Me Too! I leave air in the tip of the syringe (where the needle screws on to)so that the last thing to be pushed out is a little air. No wasted gear!

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    A little air is good because all the oil gets out. I never used to leave the air bubble but if i dont have an air bubble then sometimes there is still oil in the syringe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gsxxr
    i like the bubble so i know i get all the oil injected.
    Exactly, a tiny bubble will assure you get all the gear injected and will put an air lock in the injection track so no gear will leak back out.

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    heat your gear up under hot water, and air bubbles move much quicker, just keep tapping till your satisfied

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