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    Subcutaneous injections and blood vessel?

    When doing a sub-q injection, do you have to worry about hitting a blood vessel? My assumption is "no", since there is no mention in any instructions I've seen of aspirating when doing sub-q, but I don't want to do anything without knowing first the right way.

    Thanks!

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    wat about IGF reconstituted with BA?

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    big4nuthin is offline Associate Member
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    bump on the IGF, also I know of all the places to do IM injections but am not very familiar with sub-q injection sites. any advice?

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    yea bump this again! i wanna make the most of my money this ****s expesive!!

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    Sub-Q injecting on the whole is low risk when it comes to blood vessels. Like you pointed out, when being instructed on give a Sub-Q injection, nobody says to aspirate first.

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    There are no big blood vessel you could hit with sub-q.

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