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    RANDY-D is offline Junior Member
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    shooting 1/2 cc of sust 4 times a wk ???

    i am currently shooting 250mg of sust on sunday and 250mg of sust on
    wednesday.

    i was thinking of shooting half a cc on sunday, mon, wed, fri.
    so i would break up a 250mg shoot into 2 days, using 1 shoot
    on sunday and monday, and then a nother 250mg broken up to a half cc
    for wed, and fri. ??????????????????????????????????????/

    need some experienced deciosions if this will help out at all, due to the prop and keeping the levels consistently????????/

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    if you can handle all those painful sus shots it probably will work great for the prop to even out in body

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    Don't waste your time. Far too many shots for the amount of juice your shooting. You'll have scar tissue pretty damn quick, which may not be an issue now, but believe me buddy. In a few years time you'll kick yourself for being so silly when you nearly have to hammer in those darts. Scar tissue doesn't disappear over night. I've had ultra sound treatment to help break down scar tissue from frequent shots over the years.

    bouncer

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    I agree with Bouncer. It is a good thought but Scar tissue is a bitch and when he talks about hammering in the darts he is only half kidding. The juice amount just isn't enough to justify it.

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    would using neosporin after injection and frequently reduce scar tissue buildup?

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    I don't think so scar tissue is built up in response to the trauma the tissue goes through from both the needle and the oil or water based hormone. It is not a result of infection. Deep tissue massages frequently will help to prevent it.

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