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    Arm is red HELP!!!! ASAP

    I am doing 1/2cc in my shoulder of Test400. I injected my first shot on Monday and now it Wednesday. Right under where I put the injection it became red (almost in the shape of a triangle) if I touch it it hurts and I can not sleep on it. It does feel a little warm. What can this be? Should I see a Doctor

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    its inflamation dued to the high alcohol content of T400

    normal

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    yeah i heard that shit makes prop look like a walk in the park...

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    from what im told test 400 sucks major ass...hurts like a bitch...i'd stay away from that stuff...use something of a lesser concentration like 200mg/ml and shoot twice a week if u want 400mg/wk

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    Dude, take some asprin, and use a heating pad, your going to pain pain after every shot with that. I was running some prop that was horrible, I had to drop it after 2 weeks, I had night sweats, pain, supe swollen injections sites for 5 days at a time and couldnt get a good work out, I was running out of body parts that were'nt partially parylised.

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    bump

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    Heat and massage pre and post injection. I tend to have a shower after I inject then leave the hot shower head over the injection site for a few minutes, I find it helps with soreness on the following days.

    You could also cut your T400 with some sterile oil. or better still, some B-12. B-12 can be obtained from AR.

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    I agree with the other posts. Probably just inflammation. Heat doesn't necessarily mean infection, as heat and redness are normal immune responses to irritants, external and internal. I would use Ibuprofen and take your core temperature to make sure you don't have a sytemic fever. I get those all the time in my ass from T400. Sometimes they are the size of a golf ball. I even get sick from time to time from that stuff. I just keep antibiotics on hand to prevent possible sepsis and an embarassing trip to the Dr.

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    Is it smart to mix oil (T400) with the water (B12)???

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    You are fine. You will feel the real pain when you inject in your calves! Probably you cannot walk for few days.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Swifto
    Heat and massage pre and post injection. I tend to have a shower after I inject then leave the hot shower head over the injection site for a few minutes, I find it helps with soreness on the following days.

    You could also cut your T400 with some sterile oil. or better still, some B-12. B-12 can be obtained from AR.
    Good advice. Listen to Swifto.

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    T400 is oil based and B-12 is water based so they won't mix!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alex2
    T400 is oil based and B-12 is water based so they won't mix!
    They form an oil water seperation but it still helps.

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