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    Thigh injection, OUCH!

    OK, I injected into my thigh this morning and now my leg is fucking killing me. I'm trying not to be puss about this but it hurts a little (actually a lot) more than normal. Any ideas what might cause this? Thanks.

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    what test and what was the BA percentage. ull get used to it ! hmmm watch it. is there a big bump. my leg has sop muc hscar tissue, if i inject in to it (which i dont anymore) i wont feel any pain LOL !

    just keep us posted ! go to sleep and re-post ur position in the morning. i assume it will not be nice ! but see if a bump forms from an abcess !

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    It was sus 250. My other thigh hurt last week but not this bad. There is no bump or abcess, just a whole lot of pain.

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    When I first injected into my quad, I couldn't walk for two days. As my cycle went on (and I've only hit quads with one brief foray into calves) this become lessened to a significant degree. After talking with many experienced guys (particularly after the pain in my calves resulting in a chipped tooth...it's a long story) I get the impression that virtually any injection in a new site will be painful until that site gets "used to" dealing with the BA in that area. Not the most scientific explanation, though I'm sure there's one behind it.

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    Could have been something as small as a twist or movement of the hand/fingers while the needle was in. Give it a couple of days it should ease up. I'm sure everyone gets a little extra soreness every once in a while, I know I do. Somedays my hands just aren't as steady as others.

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