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    Flying out of state 11 days.

    I have a carry on And a checked luggage..

    Can bring a preloaded syringe or two possibly?
    Or not preloaded and just stash a half empty vial in there?

    I can transfer like a ml or two in an empty vial I have.

    Or I heard of front loading but it just seems odd to do that.. Unless it's healthy but I doubt it...

    Edit.. I forgot to mention. It's only Test E
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    Just shoot it and do it or wait 11 days makes no real difference

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    Quote Originally Posted by Obs View Post
    Just shoot it and do it or wait 11 days makes no real difference
    Shoot as in front load or just regular dose?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loser123 View Post
    Shoot as in front load or just regular dose?
    That would be a personal choice. I would double up but thats me. I know my body.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Obs View Post
    That would be a personal choice. I would double up but thats me. I know my body.
    Fair enough. But you've done this before? Front load and been off for 11 or more days? I'm just unaware of any type of side effects. I expect some crash but

    Just back to your normal routine pins after and your body (hormones) sorts itself out right?
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    I have packed both vials and preloaded needle in my check bag. Dont take either in your carry on. The cabin pressurization forces the liquid out of vials.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DarthFlex View Post
    I have packed both vials and preloaded needle in my check bag. Dont take either in your carry on. The cabin pressurization forces the liquid out of vials.
    cabin pressure forces liquid out of vials?

    I doubt that.

    the vials, are sealed. as well as under a vacuum.

    and wouldn't the flight overseas when shipped do the same?...
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    First hand experience. I lost a 2 mils out of a 10 mil bottle as it seaped all over the cardboard box it was in. This was. Vial that was no longer sealed as i had remove at least 6 mils from it from the previous four shots. The hole that i have been using to extract was rhe sight of the seap.
    My next trip i left the same vial in my check bag thus it didnt get pressurized with cargo below the cabin. No seepage.

    Now i remove as much air from my pearced vials before I fly with them. Or preload syringes with no air in them to prevent this from happening in flights.
    I also googled the issue and found enough other post and evidence that my experience wasnt a flook.
    So you may be correct about an unopened vial, but once you poke it, dont carryon.
    My .02 from my 1st hand experience.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DarthFlex View Post
    I have packed both vials and preloaded needle in my check bag. Dont take either in your carry on. The cabin pressurization forces the liquid out of vials.
    The liquid out of vials? That doesn't sound like a real thing bud.. taking preloads in your check bag? Curious as to how risky that could be if you are going over international borders?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DarthFlex View Post
    First hand experience. I lost a 2 mils out of a 10 mil bottle as it seaped all over the cardboard box it was in. This was. Vial that was no longer sealed as i had remove at least 6 mils from it from the previous four shots. The hole that i have been using to extract was rhe sight of the seap.
    My next trip i left the same vial in my check bag thus it didnt get pressurized with cargo below the cabin. No seepage.

    Now i remove as much air from my pearced vials before I fly with them. Or preload syringes with no air in them to prevent this from happening in flights.
    I also googled the issue and found enough other post and evidence that my experience wasnt a flook.
    So you may be correct about an unopened vial, but once you poke it, dont carryon.
    My .02 from my 1st hand experience.
    interesting.

    I would never bring contraband on,plane.

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    Nope. I placed and carried vials that have my trt script right on the bottle. For me it was just a guy checking his meds in with his luggage.
    I guess its the bennie of have a prescription

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    Quote Originally Posted by DarthFlex View Post
    Nope. I placed and carried vials that have my trt script right on the bottle. For me it was just a guy checking his meds in with his luggage.
    I guess its the bennie of have a prescription
    Need to get me one of those... Lol

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    If the pressure differential between the vial and atmosphere is great enough, the vials will leak oil. If you're on Test E, your blood level will drop in 11 days but it's not a deal killer. TRT dose is taken once a week and the blood concentration level's just fine.

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