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    bubbles in syringe ?

    just been watching a video on you tube on how to inject into the leg, as im planning on starting to jab my legs on prop. the vid said leave a small amount of air in the syringe at the top so that it pushes the remaining juice out of the syringe, any of you do this ? iv always made sure all the ai is out of needle and syringe before injecting

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    Yes, it's fine. That way no gear goes to waste.
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    good ive always hated wasting that last little bit in the needle

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    Yup. I always chase my gear in, with an air bubble. Miser that I am...
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    I never bothered.

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    Quote Originally Posted by austinite
    Yes, it's fine. That way no gear goes to waste.
    Agreed. I do this routinely.

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    Ive done this for the past 3 years with no issues,especially with small doses of peptides or HCG mixed with very little water.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MR10X View Post
    Ive done this for the past 3 years with no issues,especially with small doses of peptides or HCG mixed with very little water.
    Great idea with peptides.

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    I never bothered. Its harder to push through for me with an air bubble there

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    I always use an air bubble. It not only pushes the last of the oil in, it helps prevent it from seeping backwards out of the hole or worse, into a blood vessel resulting in the extremely uncomfortable "Tren Cough".

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    Damnit, I never thought about that. It's like 0.1ml but still. For anyone wondering, I'm like 95% sure that you have to inject a whole ml of air before embolism is even possible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Permabulk View Post
    Damnit, I never thought about that. It's like 0.1ml but still. For anyone wondering, I'm like 95% sure that you have to inject a whole ml of air before embolism is even possible.
    You can inject 1 ml of air IV and not have any problems. Have you ever had the nurse change your IV drip and sit there talking while a bubble goes up the tube? That's because it's no big deal. Bonaparte (I think) injected 2 ml IM just to see what would happen.

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    you can inject 10 ML IV and not have a problem
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    This question comes up so frequently I'm almost surprised it still comes up. Everyone freaks out over a little air bubble. The exact amount of air required to cause an venous air embolism in humans isn't precisely known but is calculated to be in the range of 200-300cc. A 100cc can cause significant problems but may not be fatal. There are several factors that influence the fatality risk of an air embolism including where the air embolism enters the circulatory system and the rate at which air enters systemically.

    It would be unfathomable that an AAS user would inject 100-300cc of air at once.

    Stop worrying.

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