Thread: Hemotoma or abscess?
09-16-2003, 08:43 PM #1
Hemotoma or abscess?
I took a shot last thursday,,1cc 400mg enanthate and 1cc 100mg propionate in my right shoulder. An hour later I went to the gym and really beat it up ,, a 1 1/2 hour shoulder routine. Saturday,, in the shower I noticed it was swelling and turning red,,then sunday I could barely move it,,Monday was a biiiiatch,,,It was swelled up 1 1/2 times it's normal size... So I went to the doc,,told him what I did,,and he says he doesn't think it's an abscess but either a torn muscle or a hemotoma. So now I'm waiting until friday for an mri,,while in the mean time I'm taking 1000mg of cefadroxil a day. It has definately reduced in size (damn't) and the redness and temp isn't so bad. So what do you think it is a Hemotoma or an abscess? Exp. please....
09-17-2003, 12:32 AM #2
Not sure what you've got, but I've gotten some pretty nasty bumps and pain when I shoot sometimes. I normally don't shoot over 1cc into shoulders (I rather do 2cc in quads). But anyway sometimes I do get nervous but it has always gone away in a day or two at most.
09-17-2003, 07:41 AM #3
Yes,,I've had lumps and welts previously from T-400 and sus, however this time has far exceeded anything than before,,I wish I had a picture to post.
09-18-2003, 12:44 AM #4
Damn bro, I feel for ya. Well at least you got your doc involved. Let us know how it does Friday.
By the way has it still not gone down at all??
09-18-2003, 08:29 AM #5
Well bro, the doc may not have suspected an abcess but he must have suspected an infection (which could lead to an abcess). Cefadroxil is an anti-biotic used to treat such infections. My guess he's just making sure with the scan that it's nothing more than an infection.
GrowPhaster - he said in the first post that the swelling has reduced. I'm sure this is due to the Cefadroxil killing off the infection.
09-28-2003, 07:43 PM #6
Well guys,,everything has cleared up,,and I never got my MRI because by the time I guy my pre-cert from Oxford everything was back to normal ,, so I said screw it... Little scary ,, had to be an infection,,cause the anti-b's seemed to have cleared it..
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