Thread: losing gear.....errrrr
05-17-2003, 02:27 PM #1
Whenever I'm about to inject I always flick to get the air bubbles out. But whenever i press to get the air bubbles out i lose a couple drops of gear each time. Is this normal or is there some technique to not losing gear. Pisses me off cause it seems like a few drops that i could be injecting rather than losing it.
05-17-2003, 02:34 PM #2
i draw the solution all the way in, then flick it to get the bubbles to the top, then press. All the air comes out first, and just a small drop is on the needle, which helps for lubrication.
05-17-2003, 02:37 PM #3Associate Member
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the few drops you inject can be made up simply. If you are not eating totally clean - cut out one bad thing a week from one meal and that will more then make up for the few mg's you loose over the coarse of an entire cycle.
05-17-2003, 02:48 PM #4
I leave the needle in the vial when I push out the air. Just tilt the vial sideways and get the head of the pin above the liquid, then just push it out.
05-17-2003, 05:45 PM #5
Well I should have mentioned it before but I'm drawing from amps. I pull all the juice out, then the rest i keep drawing till i get every last bit of it. Afterwards i flip over my needle, flick a few times, push air, flick a few times, push air. but 4 or 5 drops still seem to drop and get wasted. I think next time I'm going to draw, and hold the needle upside down for a while, flick and then keep pushing air out.
I don't know does no one else have this problem?
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