This is my first post and I’ve been doing a lot of research on TRT. I’ve read a lot of posts on this web page and I thank everyone for their input and comments. The one issue I’m concerned about is the proper syringe size for injecting in the abdominal area.
Dr. Crisler in his demonstration video (if you listen closely) claims he’s using a 26g 3/8 inch syringe for the injection. I can’t remember if Dr. Crisler mentioned it on another video? Or on another forum? But he 100% said he used 29g 1/2 inch 1ml barrel. (Trying to retrace my notes where he said this. But I will find it.)
Now, my question is… we all knew Dr. Crisler had a wonderful body and you can see the muscles in the abdomen area. He clearly stated DO NOT pinch the FAT and go directly in 90 degrees. Wasn’t Dr. Crisler hitting the abdominal muscle? So, technically it wasn’t a Subcutaneous injection? This is what I’m confused about.
Because, yes I do have some fat but my abdominal walls/muscles are very strong. I’m afraid if I do that injection it’s going to hit that muscle group. But clearly Dr. Crisler was in phenomenal shape for his age. It also seems like he hit that muscle group but he claims he didn’t.
Overview… so this is why I’m confused. Everyone wants a painless injection. There’s 2 syringe types that Dr. Crisler has mentioned. I don’t know what gauge to use… and I don’t know what length to use? 3/8 or 1/2?
Any advice? Greatly appreciate it. Thank you.