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All water or oil based injectable steroids should be injected intramuscularly. Namely directly in the muscles, not subcutaneously. Intramuscular injections are used when rapid absorption is desired. The most common places where intramuscular injections are done are in the buttocks, the side of the thigh and shoulders. In these areas the muscles are very dense, and therefore the substance has a large surface area for absorption. Ideally, such injections are made deep into the muscles avoiding nerves and blood vessels. The best place for an intramuscular injection is gluteus medius muscle. Here, the muscle is very dense and there are minimal chances of touching a blood or nerve vessel.


If injections cannot be made in this region, then the second option would be the lateral side of the thigh. The part called the vastus lateralis muscle is the only one in the quadriceps where intramuscular injections can be done. This is the outside of the quadriceps. The rest of the thigh areas contain nerves and blood vessels, so it is preferable to avoid them.


It is important to choose the appropriate syringe for injecting anabolic steroids.

It is best to use a needle of about 3.5-4 cm. This allows deep penetration into muscle tissue. Shorter ones are not indicated because they will leave part of the substance in the subcutaneous area, forming a swelling and absorption being uneven.


There are a few steps to be followed to make a risk-free injection. First you have to take a shower. Then clean with sanitary alcohol the place where the injection will be done. Always use a new, sealed syringe. Unfold the packaging and draw two air units into the syringe. Then the air is injected into the ampoule where you have the substance; this creates pressure in the ampoule and so it is easier to extract the substance out of it. Usually the ampoule has a rubber cap; in this case the needle is inserted there into the ampoule. Then turn the ampoule upside down and extract at least 1/4 of the substance. For example, if you need to inject 1 unit of substance, you will extract 1 and 1/4 substance or 1 and 1/2 substance. Then the syringe is hit with your finger so that any air bubbles are brought to the surface. The extracted 1/4 or ½ surplus is injected back into the ampoule. At this point, unscrew the needle from the syringe. The syringe is again struck several times with the finger to make sure there are no air bubbles. Then take a new needle and screw it in place of the old one. It is better to use two needles during injection, because sometimes the tip of the needle may deteriorate when the ampoule rubber cap snaps. This needle should not be touched or cleaned with alcohol. The needle is already sterile. Then slowly press on the syringe pump to remove the air. When the substance inside begins to flow slowly on the needle, it should not be stopped. This helps to lubricate the needle.


Hold the syringe in your hand like an arrow and with the other hand stretch the skin where the injection is to be made. Insert the needle deep into the muscles and then, instead of injecting, pull the syringe a little. If blood appears in the syringe then the needle has been placed in a blood vessel and it is not advisable to inject the substance. If blood does not appear then slowly inject the substance until the syringe remains empty. Then, quickly pull the needle out of your muscles and press firmly with a sanitary alcohol compressor at the injection place. It is important that the substance is not injected too quickly, as this increases the pain during the injection and the pains that may occur in the coming days.

It is preferable not to make more than two injections per week in the same area