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This is a guide to help any newbies out there that is in
need of injection info. First off you will need to
know what size needle to use. The smaller the gauge
the larger the needle will be. For example a 20 gauge
pin would be larger than a 25 gauge.
cc (cubic centimeter) or ml (milliliter) are units of
liquid volume and are equal to each other.
1cc equals 1ml
Try to limit your glute injections to 3cc, your thighs 2 to
3cc's and 1 to 1.5cc's for all other spot injections.
Normally a 1cc or 3cc syringe is used for measuring
the amount put in a dart.
22 or 23 Gauge, 1.5 Inch is great for injections into
25 Gauge, 1.0 inch is great for injections into the
quads and can be used for all spot injections.
25 Gauge, 5/8 inch is often used for
This is pretty common above on what to use for your
injections. The injection may hurt like a pinch but
you will get use to it over time. You do not want to
inject in the same spot all the time so rotate to
different sites. Helps keep scare tissue down and
keeps the receptors fresh. Also helps if your muscle
is relaxed before the injection.
Always make sure your doing everything clean, clean,
clean!! This is very important fact that no one
should over look. This is how to draw from a vail.
Wipe the top of the vial with an alcohol swab before
the needle enters. Let the alcohol evaporate
Pull back on the syringe approximately as much air as
you will be injecting. For example if you are
injecting 1cc, make sure to pull back 1cc of air into
the pin before you enter the vial.
Inject the air into the vial. This makes the drawing
Pull back on the plunger until you get your desired
amount out of the vial and into the pin. Its better to
hold the vail upside down while you are doing this so
the syringe can be flicked to get the air bubbles out.
Now that you have the amount your are looking for into
the syringe, I would suggest to switch the needles.
It will dull the needle when it enters the top of the
vail so switching is a good idea. This isn't a must
but belive me makes things less painful. A sharp
needle is always a good needle.
Now the moment we have all been waiting for. We
will go over the basics of injecting.
You dont want any infection going on so do not let the
needle touch anything. Make sure all the air bubbles
are out of the syringe. Keep flicking the syringe
until the air boubbles raise to the top so you can
push them out of the needle. Try your best to make
sure you have all of them out if you can. If some of
the juice comes out of the pin. Do not worry it will
be just fine.
Clean the site that you wish to inject in with alcohol
and your good to go.
Quickly pierce the skin and steadily push the needle
into the muscle. Stay steady as you can. You dont
want the needle moving all around. It is always safe
to leave a little bit of the needle showing just in
cause something wrong may happen. For example if the
needle for some reason broke off you want to be able
Once into the injection site you are ready to
aspirate. This is very important and needs to be done
every single time that you inject. You want to slowly
pull back on the plunger until your see small air
bubbles. This is a good sign when you see the air
bubbles and means your ready to inject. If you see
blood when you aspirate please pull the pin out,
switch your needles and try again.
Hope this helps and enjoy.
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