Thread: Missing a Scheduled Injection
11-14-2001, 12:07 AM #1
Missing a Scheduled Injection
I searched for an answer on this but couldn't find anything too definitive. Does anyone have an experienced answer for this?
I'll be starting a cycle of Sust 500/wk and Eq 600/wk soon but I have to travel across the Canada/US border on week 3 and I don't want to take my gear with me. I was thinking about taking my Sunday shot a couple of days early and then taking my Wednesday shot on Sunday. Does that make sense?
Here's what I mean:
Sun SCHEDULED INJECTION
Wed SCHEDULED INJECTION
Fri SUNDAY INJECTION
Sun WEDNESDAY INJECTION
Mon-Sun NO INJECTIONS
Let me know. Thanks!
11-14-2001, 12:15 AM #2
11-14-2001, 12:20 AM #3Originally posted by PaPaPumP
11-14-2001, 12:30 AM #4
what your saying is that you want move the injections back 3 days. right?
11-14-2001, 12:35 AM #5
I won't be able to inject for an entire week. Instead of missing the injection I want to inject early but not the entire week on one day. Sorry, this sounds confusing.
11-14-2001, 12:38 AM #6
i'd inject the sust on sat. and the eq on sunday night. you'll be fine with that bro, no sweat.
11-14-2001, 12:39 AM #7
11-14-2001, 05:03 AM #8Senior Member
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You body has so much test in it already it wont miss a shot during the week
11-14-2001, 05:38 AM #9
I had the same problem on my last cycle, didn't seem to cause a problem.
11-14-2001, 05:51 AM #10
No Big Whoop . . .
The general rule of thumb with most medications is, "If you miss a dose, don't double up - just wait for the next dose." When it comes to injectables, pushing a dose up or back a day is usually insignificant - those that you are using on a regular basis are already in your system, so the change shouldn't throw you out of kilter. (The big exception is insulin for diabetics, which is often timed around meals.)
By the way (as if you haven't imagined this), the U.S.-Canadian border is very tight these days, especially going into Canada. Customs is requiring all travelers to have a "valid and current passport or a birth certificate," and they will check them (at least on the Canadian side). Depending on where you're crossing from, expect to be stopped by U.S. authorities on the way in and out of the U.S. (I usually cross at Alexandria Bay, NY, and all vehicles were stopped the last two times by the N.Y. State Police and Canadian Customs.) Expect to have to pop your trunk open, and likely your glove compartment. (That's in case you have any Taliban midgets in the glove compartment.) Going into the U.S., there was no outbound stop in Canada, but they're tending to be more careful on the U.S. side. Depending on when you're traveling during the day, leave extra time for any lines of cars.
11-14-2001, 10:10 PM #11
Re: No Big Whoop . . .Originally posted by TNT
when you're traveling during the day, leave extra time for any lines of cars.
11-24-2004, 09:13 AM #12
You could try body packing if you are desperate, but I agree... one week should be no big deal. Yeah, I would squeeze that week's dose into the day before and the day after your Canada trip. Or you could pop back across the border halfway through the week and stick yourself. Any way you do it, don't lose any sleep over it.
11-24-2004, 09:17 AM #13VET Retired
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uhhhhhh you realise this was back in 2001 right? That's one long ass cycle. lol
11-24-2004, 09:28 AM #14Member
Originally Posted by big k.l.g
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11-24-2004, 11:03 AM #15Originally Posted by big k.l.g
Know one ever looks....
11-24-2004, 12:57 PM #16
Hmmm... that's what I get for clicking on the "If you liked THIS thread, you will love THESE threads" links at the bottom of the page without checking the dates. oops.
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