I've done some research and didn't find answers to some questions about test suspension. I'd appreciate any input.
I've read the injection site pain is less than prop, but still generally painful.
I would imagine the pain from prop is from the high BA concentration used, though I've also read that the prop ester is highly acidic. Anyone have clarification on this?
Is the pain from suspension due to the crystals sitting in the muscle? I'd imagine both prop and suspension illicit an immune-type response resulting in pain, but I wonder if the pain is different if comparing the two.
I've come across someone mentioning an oil-based test suspension. Seems like this is stupid as I've also read that you have to shake up the water-based suspension before drawing it into a syringe.
What are the typical and maximum concentrations of test suspension that can be made?
Considering the short half lives of prop and suspension, would ED suspension injections be as effective as ED prop injections?
When would be the optimum time to inject if only once per day?
I'd imagine the morning would be best (provided you work out early enough). Though considering that insulin needles would be used, twice per day injections wouldn't be so bad. Would there be any significant advantage to twice per day injections over once per day?
Thanks for any input. Even some info on one or two questions would be appreciated.