10-27-2003, 03:22 AM #1
Question about rotating inject. sites....
Ok, I have been researching this alot recently. I have come to the conclusion after researching this subject that you want to rotate to stop the buildup of scar tissue and to keep the receptors in the muscle belly you injecting into fresh. Is this true?
Also, I am injecting 1.5 cc twice per week into each of my quads. I will take one shot (1.5cc) into my right quad on Mon. then one shot into my left quad on Thurs. Is this enough rotation? Are the receptors in my quad going to stay fresh enough hitting each once a week or should I add in additional rotations?
10-27-2003, 03:23 AM #2
Not to hijack but I love your new avatar.
10-27-2003, 08:48 AM #3CutieFace Guest
you should be fine w/ that hon....basically what I'll do....unless I'm doing spot injections...just remember to turn the other cheek *wink*
10-27-2003, 09:36 AM #4
If your only doing 2 injections/week that would be enough. Switch up to right quad, left quad week1 and right delt, left delt week2 then back to quads week3 if you feel it´s building up to much scar tissue.
10-27-2003, 10:45 AM #5
I think that you would be better off rotating quads, glutes and delts. That gives you six easy sites to do and will keep everything fresh and will help prevent scar tissue buildup.
10-27-2003, 11:37 AM #6
Quick question then. What does a buildup of scar tissue feel like? Is it just a hardness in the area of the inject. site or just harder to push the needle through? I have only done 2 injections in each leg, so the needle is still going in fine. I figuring since scaring is caused from collogen buildup that once this happens, the only way to remove the scared tissue is surgery right?
10-27-2003, 05:26 PM #7
bump for some more info....
10-27-2003, 05:29 PM #8
A friend of mine did a fina/test cycle and refused to shoot anywhere but his glutes. He said that when he was getting to the end of his cycle he could start to hear teh needle pearcing and tearing through his skin. If you start to hear your injections then you defintly have scar tissue.
10-27-2003, 05:33 PM #9Anabolic Member
Originally Posted by nevaenuf
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I believe after 2 or 3 years all the toughness or scaring effect fades...
10-27-2003, 05:36 PM #10
if you hit scar tissue, you will know because it will be much harder to get the needle through and you will hear it penetrate the tissue
10-27-2003, 05:57 PM #11
Thank you fellas.
Nptadude- Are you sure that the "scared" tissue will fade w/ time? I know sub cut. scars are mostly composed of cologen, which will not fade. Since we're dealing the the muscle fibril it may be a different story.
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