you might hit a nerve[/quote]
If you are shooting in the correct mapped sites you wont be hitting any major nerves that will cause any major problem other than a slight twitch/spasm[quote]
your muscles might spasm[/quote]
This is common, and a small spasm/twitching is simply small nerves being touched/hit and is nothing to worry about, i usually only get small twitches in the delt, bicep and very occasionally the quad - a large spasm is indicative of the wrong area of injection[quote]
delts i get a sore little knot where my bicep ties into my delt (no where near the injection site)[/quote]
This could well be using a needle that is too short or too long, where the depot is either being shot through the (relatively small) medial head of the delt and moves down INTER-muscularly, even a 1" pin could be too long if the area of inject isnt in the thickest part of a slim build - or it is a subcutaneous injection… i have heard of lads going into the muscle at a 0 or 180 degree angle rather than a 90 degree angle a couple of times, through ignorance sadly, not desire.[quote]
needle completely shoot out of his leg[/quote]
This is where the needle has entered a main artery and the pressure has been so great the needle is forced straight out of the leg. This again shouldnt ever happen if the regular mapped out sites are used correctly. Of course, no one has the same map of vessels, but all main veins and arteries and nerves all follow the same basic plan - the mapped sites avoid these. For example the sciatic nerve runs nearer the crack of the arse and is why we inject in the upper outer quadrant of the glute, and we all know where the carotid artery is.[quote]
ive heard of blood shooting 10 feet across a room
Again this would have to be an Artery to do this, (injecting into an artery can kill you or at best just kill the limb the artery feeds) as the pressure in veins is simply not high enough.
However, passing through an artery whilst still injecting correctly into a muscle can cause a spurt and be harmless - but 10 feet and the artery is large, and no doubt the gauge would be too thick too…[quote]
its just a part of the game and you gotta be willing to accept it[/quote]
Not really, i agree that some problems have and can occur - but if one is half decently educated on some of the points above and knows proper technique, sites, sterility etc. then there really should be little issue for a lifetime of use. I have been injecting for a long time now, and only have had problems when i have been stupid with sterility.[quote]
if your gonna go to the er over some pain or a little lump, my advice is to stop shooting and save yourself time and your sanity[/quote]
I agree with this, if one cannot bear to inject without a panic attack following, then maybe this isnt the way to go -*99% of steroid users dont continue their use and lose all their gains anyway - do you really want this? Bodybuilding with assistment i mean, do you NEED to use AAS to achieve your goals, are the downsides worth the upsides?
*(Yes, i made up that percentile ;D)