If you are going to start your first cycle soon, 'how to inject' is probably that last thing that you are worried about. You would have started by conducting research on the different injectable anabolic steroids available in the market, whichyou think can help you reach your goal. But when you have the vials and the syringes in front of you, you will surely think about how you will get the steroid out from the bottle and into your body. At this point, some people will become exasperated and even give up. Here is some information on injecting anabolic steroids.
I have been suffering with piriformus syndrome for the last year and the pain is excruciating. I have had several (over 8) injections of steroid, lidocaine and one of toradol. All of these injections have been done either under xtay in the hospital or under ultrasound in my Dr.’s office. Thay have not given much relief so i inquired about botox about 8 months ago. So i was referred to another Dr. In the same practice. I met with him 4 weeks ago and he thought i might get some relief with the botox. I was scheduled today and went in this morning. This Dr. Was going to have me lay on the table and give me a botox injection in my piriformus muscle. I asked how he was going to find it. He said by pushing to see where it hurt and then inject into the pirifomus till i told him where i feel the muscle jump. I told him i cannot tell by pushing on it. It doesnt hurt like that. Well he assures me that it takes skill to do these injections and he knows where the pirifomus muscle is. He left the room to mix my botox shot and i got even more nervous thinking to myself this is wrong. How is he going to be sure he’s injecting the right place and with botox of all things! When he came back i was almost in tears. I said im not so sure about doing this without ultrasound. I felt like an idiot and i was wasting his time. I apologized and said i would be more comfortable under ultrasound. He said he doesnt do ultrasound. So i decided to wait for the injection even though im in terrible pain. He said he would put my mixed needle in the fridge for next week so my other Dr. Can do it under ultrasound. My other Dr. Doesnt do botox injections so i dont know what will happen. This Dr. I saw today said that my original dr. Will give me a trigger point injection and i said ok but with the botox right? He said it doesnt matter whats in the needle. I said well ive been waiting for this botox for 8 months and of course it matters whats in the needle! Ive tried all the steroid and lidocaine etc and i want the botox to help ease my pain. He made me feel stupid. I know im not a dr but i believe that i made the right decision to not just let this man stick a needle full of botox in my butt without a 100% guarantee that it is in fact going in my piriformus muscle. I have no ides what he wrote in my file but he said that he agreed i shouldnt get the shot. Now i dont know if i insulted his intelligence by actions and words. So i have 2 questions for you #1 Do you think i made the right decision? And #2 will this mixed botox needle be ok in the fridge for a week till i can have the injection under ultrasound? Please respond to me. I am desperate and in pain and now im afraid that this Dr. Put some thing in my file that im paranoid or anxiety ridden. I was nervous today. I always am. I dont like needles. But i felt very torn today because i want that shot!
Intramuscular (IM) Injection Procedure
It is optimal for an intramuscular injection to have in possession syringes without the tips (needles) already affixed to them. Preferably, the individual should have the hermetically sealed syringes (barrels) separate from the hermetically sealed needle tips. Although one can easily use syringes with the tips already affixed, it is slightly more complicated and adds an extra step or two into the process that otherwise would not be there. So, every individual should ensure to the best of their ability to have the syringe and needle tips separate. The following is a list of required items for intramuscular injections :