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    Default Slower the better?

    When injecting test e for example, from what ive read the slower you go the less painful it is.....this true?if so how long should it take you to complete the injection?

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    You can read your body. You'll be able to tell if your going too fast... so i really dont know if there is a such thing as "too slow" if you have patience. i normally just pin it, aspirate, then go at a comfortable speed.

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    go really slow.. it should take a total of 25-55 minutes ..




    nah im kidding. if you heat the syringe up with a blow dryer for 3-5 minutes. itll come out easier and it will hurt less wen injecting. also if you have that much pain take a bag of frozen peas or something and numb the injection site.. id say on avrege it should take 10-20 seconds. but the vets on the site will know better then me thou i never actully pinned myself yet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fcpcjc View Post
    You can read your body. You'll be able to tell if your going too fast... so i really dont know if there is a such thing as "too slow" if you have patience. i normally just pin it, aspirate, then go at a comfortable speed.
    dam you, to quick on the keys

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    but you shouldnt just stick it in and slam that plunger right?

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    As far as I'm concerned you can't inject too fast on an IM injection. There's no warning about injecting over a 2 minute period on the meds. I don't know who started this but it's pretty silly if you ask me. IV meds...yeah...IM, subq....it just doesn't matter how fast you go.

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    I go slow, about 30 seconds per cc. I can tell you I have no pain after injections if I heat for about 20 seconds with hair dryer and inject slow. I have shot from the same batch without heating and had some mild pain for a few days after.
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    ok great guys thanks for the help.......

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    I don't heat and I don't go slow and I have no pain.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hazcat View Post
    I don't heat and I don't go slow and I have no pain.
    But your special Haz
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