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    If you have lump from test injection is it safe to pin w/ 18 gage & try to pull out

    Yes, doc told me cellulitis. Bad injection technique with new gear. Gave me AB. swelling went down, redness going away, still itchy and lump has shrunk but still there. is it safe to pin with 18 gauge directly into lump and pull back on the plunger to try to clear out the abscess?

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    FVCK NO, are you for real. Only in a surgical setting. Is there puss inside? Is this an infection? Are you on antibiotic? WTF STOP you stupid thinking. Fvck NO DO NOT DO THAT !
    ....NOW I AM NOT CRAZY MIKE WITH THIS CRAP> DO YOU HEAR ME ....

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    YOU DON"T PUNCTURE CELLULITIS with a syringe. If no abscess and cellulitis then no fluid to draw. If you want to walk for the next month DO NOT DO THIS. ...mike

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    Let me tell you, read my interview and get to know my experience and expertise
    I have been on cycle for months. Test E, Test P, Masteron P, I've been injecting for mega years. I stopped my Prop and Masteron a week ago. I'm on 1,500 mg test E and now 1,000g Test E. I haven't been sore with the test E in months. Three nights ago I inject 2-1/2 CC Test E and I have a bad a$$ lump. It hurts like the devil. I limped yesterday. BUT THAT"S PAR FOR THE COURSE. Next few months maybe without an ouch ! at all, maybe not. Get a grip dude. Thisis the world of multi injections of thick oil or Prop with a sting. GO to the doctor or ER if bad and infected. Otherwise BONE UP....crazy mike


    GOOGLE and look up cellulitis and abscess infection. Cellulitis is mostly traumatized tissue and fibers...REASERCH, Educate before medicate....I'm done...cm

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    the doc got me on AB for 14 days. about 8 days left of pills. everything went down but I'm week 6 in my cycle. This time is crucial to workout and I cant work out upper body until arm is healed otherwise I will impede the healing process. I worked shoulders yesterday and my arm looked very red after. BTW the injection was in my shoulder, not glute but the soreness, lump and redness traveled down to arm area. Told doc I wanted a 1 time injection of AB but he was being an ass because of the gear I'm taking. Talking about "you are already injecting illegal substances in your body, I'm not going to inject you with anything"

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    No. You been watching whale wars? that's a harpoon, son. It will cause more damage than good.
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    Sorry You freaked me out. Shoulder, pec, quad or glute, same principle. ah caught it Do some research as I suggested. You need to have a good and clear education on those two things and the difference. Also some gear is a strong concentrate like some of the blends and you have to get to know how much and where you can inject. By the way don't do blends if you have a chance.

    I've said enough here, too much as I do sometimes. But man don't ever do that unless it is imperative that YOU HAVE to release some pressure on a wound and you have some knowledge and or clearance to do that. OK. Just for the record my dad was an MD. my one uncle and two of my daughters are RN's. Just some background of mine that helps a little. Good luck, take your meds all of them don't miss and take it easy...crazy mike again

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    In my past, I've gone into infections with 25g and I've also had a doctor do the same, to drain the area. The doc did a better job then me.

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    ha thats funny because I normally use 23 gauge but they didnt have anymore so I got 25g. And that was the first pin with the new gear and new gauge size that did me in. Is 25g too small or something especially if you plunge too fast.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChestNBack View Post
    ha thats funny because I normally use 23 gauge but they didnt have anymore so I got 25g. And that was the first pin with the new gear and new gauge size that did me in. Is 25g too small or something especially if you plunge too fast.
    Hi, crazy me again. The G of the needle in all honesty had nothing to do with it. I described a scenario which should show it just is a part of this. HOWEVER, Technically if you pushed at the same or more pressure through a smaller orifice the liquid will have a change in velocity when exiting into the muscle. Like a hose, same volume (syringe) same pressure by you and smaller needle (orifice). Car wash effect. ...crazy mike mine happened w/22G

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    Bad Idea!

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    Oh noooooooo fvck let the anti b do there stuff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chx beach 79 View Post
    Bad Idea!
    Quote Originally Posted by clarky. View Post
    Oh noooooooo fvck let the anti b do there stuff.
    ^^^ Yep ...cm

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    WTF this is Gregg Valentino's son!

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    Quote Originally Posted by XxAndreaxX View Post
    WTF this is Gregg Valentino's son!
    Ugh, thanks for reminding me about that video.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChestNBack View Post
    Yes, doc told me cellulitis. Bad injection technique with new gear. Gave me AB. swelling went down, redness going away, still itchy and lump has shrunk but still there. is it safe to pin with 18 gauge directly into lump and pull back on the plunger to try to clear out the abscess?
    Cellulitis is not an abscess,theres no cavity there thus nothing to drain, YOU SHOULDN't touch it, whats wrong with you,finish antibiotics and see doctor again.Probably you did the injection wrong, infected it.Wash your a$$ and hands ,use alcohol rubs before injections.Jesus,Christ.

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    Quote Originally Posted by crazy mike View Post
    YOU DON"T PUNCTURE CELLULITIS with a syringe. If no abscess and cellulitis then no fluid to draw. If you want to walk for the next month DO NOT DO THIS. ...mike
    Quote Originally Posted by ritawhora View Post
    Cellulitis is not an abscess,theres no cavity there thus nothing to drain, YOU SHOULDN't touch it, whats wrong with you,finish antibiotics and see doctor again.Probably you did the injection wrong, infected it.Wash your a$$ and hands ,use alcohol rubs before injections.Jesus,Christ.
    OP has been told many posts ago, this is redundant and the tread keeps going. ....crazy, just crazy, ...mike

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    You got the infection from not being sterile.
    You really need to stop using.
    This is just rediculous.

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