How To Prevent Steroid Post Injection Pain

How To Prevent Steroid Post Injection Pain
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How to Prevent Steroid Injection Pain

What causes (non infection related) injection pain?

First, Precipitation of short estered compounds
Second, the solvents used.
Third, the concentration of the gear.
Fourth, injecting too quickly
Fifth, virgin muscle.
Our lab take the injection pain seriously, so do use the very correct recipes(which have been tested) to avoid pain. The solvents and carrier oils all are medical grade. Also considering the special personal constitution, our lab can custom made the steroid oils as your mind. Moreover, we can also make the labels for distributors or labs.
How to Cook Steroids to avoid Injection Pain

First, Precipitation of short estered compounds

The shorter an ester, the less solubility is has in oil. This necessitates higher concentrations of BA to prevent the compound from 'crashing' out of solution. When the oil is injected, the BA is absorbed from the location of the oil depot. This caused the active compound to precipitate fine crystals within the muscle. The onset of this pain is often 4-12 hours after injection and is characterised by a hard, red, swelling at the injection site.
To prevent this an additional co-solvent is needed, Benzyl Benzoate. BB maintains solubility of the esterfied compound past the point at which BA has been removed, preventing crystaline precipitation. Most person don't add this to their compounded oils due to the higher cost. If added at approximately 20% by volume you can prevent most associated short ester pain.
Second , the solvents used

Benzyl Alcohol (BA) is used to increase the lipid solubility of esterfied compounds and to prevent bacteria growth in the oil. Most people use excess BA or only BA as the co-solvent, due to it's modest price. Unfortunately, it can cause the destruction of cells and significant localised pain and inflammation. The discomfort is characterised by fairly rapid onset of a painful, red, swollen area.
This can be ameliorated by diluting the compound with sterile cutting oil (grapeseed, cottonseed, sesameseed). A 1:1 ratio often works well.

Third, the concentration of the gear.

Per above, Long ester = high solubility, short ester = less solubility. Human grade pharmaceutical hormones are almost never dosed higher then 200mg/ml for long esters (cypionate). To increase the concentration, a larger amount of BA is necessary as a co-solvent. This can result in a similar reaction to that caused by short esters with pain and swelling as the BA is absorbed and solubility decreases and precipitation occurs.
In this instance you don't 'need' the additional co-solvent (BB, but it still helps!). Instead, you can simply dilute the compounding oil with sterile cutting oil to lower the concentration to within the solubility for that ester.



How to prevent pain before inject?

1. Cut your shots 50:50 with sterile filtered oil.
If you want to use 50mg of Testosterone Propionate, and you have 100mg/mL Testosterone Propionate- pull 0.5mL of your test prop, and 0.5mL of sterile filtered oil to shoot 1mL of 50mg/mL Testosterone Propionate. This is the #1 best way.
Don't bother with b-12, its water based- absorbed so quickly it will have little to no impact.

2. Before you shoot, it can help to warm your gear some (especially suspensions).
You could put the vial in the bathroom sink and let hot water run over the vial for 2 minutes, and shake well. This will lower the oils viscosity also making it easier it pull into the syringe.

3. Inject slowly, take 30 seconds per mL. Use a 25g pin to inject so it forces you to move slowly. And reducing single site injection volume and spreading the injections between multiple sites.
4. If none of these work you could have dirty gear. Its possible there could be particles (although bacteriostatic) in the gear that are not causing infection, but still cause in site infection that made it through a filter.
How to deal with pain once have it?

The worst thing you can do is ice it. Cold will help the crystals fall out of solution/suspension.
Its okay to take some ibuprofin to decrease the swelling, and help with pain.
Also being in a hot tub, or jacuzzi, or warm bubble bath will help melt the crystals down. Using a heating pad can help also.

Our lab take the injection pain seriously, so do use the very correct recipes(which have been tested) to avoid pain. The solvents and carrier oils all are medical grade. Also considering the special personal constitution, our lab can custom made the steroid oils as your mind. Moreover, we can also make the labels for distributors or labs.

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