I'd like to start by acknowledging my quite apparent lack of postings and I will accept any amount of scolding I may take with this question. However, rest assured I have done a fairly significant amount of research and asking of others on this subject-- however I haven't ran into QUITE exactly I'm curious about.
I pinned for the first time this past Sunday evening in my right upper outer thigh (1 ml 250mg Test E.) and as expected I felt some pretty good soreness in my leg. I assume because this is my first cycle, first pin, my virgin muscles are being touched... like a virgin, for the very first time. That being said-- it is now Thursday and the soreness in my thigh/quad is 100% gone but there is a fair amount of swelling in my knee and the pain persists only truly when being bent around 110 degrees. This is all normal so far, I think? My concern/question is that can this swelling/pain right above the knee be due to the (possible) high BA level? Or, would me having had ACL surgery 8 months ago effect it? I'm assuming it is the high BA level and that my surgically repaired knee has nothing to do with it.
Of course, being my first time I am always paranoid of an abscess/infection, but that wouldn't travel down towards my knee cap. Anyways-- not truly a big sense of urgency, but more of a curious pondering-- Could one's previous surgeries actually cause a more acute reaction to the high BA? Is it just me being a pussy virgin? Is it a combo? If anyone responds, thanks for the response. If not, I'm sure I'll manage