New to injections

  • RunHardTurnLeft
    New to injections
    on: 2013-11-01 03:08:04
    May I preface my question with a big thank you for taking time to answer questions and share your experiences with us. Big props.I have been working out regularly since 2003 and have just started to try out gear for the first time. I am starting a cycle of 500mg/week of GP Cyp 250 for a planned 10-12 weeks. I self pinned for my first time two days ago in the right glute. I researched thoroughly before pinning and followed general consensus instructions to the "T". I was wondering how much pain I can expect normally because it's pretty uncomfortable. Sore. I ran a couple miles at the gym after injection and worked legs. Today wasn't much better, but I scratched out a mile on the treadmill.Did I possibly stick myself wrong? I used a 1-1/2" 23G hypo. I aspirated and it was a clean stick. Would you suggest rotating sites every week? I play baseball and I cannot fathom sliding with how sore as I am now.
  • IFBB Undercover
    Re: New to injections
    on: 2013-11-02 01:09:59

    When you first start AAS injections, it's going to be painful. Some gear, like prop, can make you feel like you were hit with a bat! And thats good, high quality prop. Believe it or not, cyp is one of the less painful injections and Geneza makes some great, low pain products. Still, you are going to get some, possibly intense pain, as your muscles get used to the injections. 

    do you want to rotate sites? YES! It is 100% necessary to rotate. Don't do an injection in the same site, more than one time a wk, even less if you are still feeling pain when its been a wk. Heres a good article on Naps' message board that will give you some more detailed info.