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    How Long Does It Take For Scar Tissue To Go Away?

    I was just wondering how long it takes for scar tissue to go away. I think i have alot of scar tissue building up in my glutes. I find it reallly hard to push the needle in anymore. Before, once i broke the skin, that puppy would just slide right in all the way. Now its like once i break the skin, i have to push the needle in hard as hell to get it all the way in. I hit delts also, but they are fine, i like them the best.

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    well that was easy... hahah

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    Unfortunately....it is also true.

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    Quote Originally Posted by monkeyjuice
    I was just wondering how long it takes for scar tissue to go away. I think i have alot of scar tissue building up in my glutes. I find it reallly hard to push the needle in anymore. Before, once i broke the skin, that puppy would just slide right in all the way. Now its like once i break the skin, i have to push the needle in hard as hell to get it all the way in. I hit delts also, but they are fine, i like them the best.

    I have the same thing happen to me bro. At first once I broke the skin on my quads the needle just slid in no problem, now I have to deal with a hard fibrous layer that is difficult and painful to penetrate. The thing is I do 2 injection a week, so each quad gets one per week and I'm just starting week 7. I did not think that it would occur so early on.

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