ok, I am using oral, not scarry of needle more the risk
of lump or abcess cause b injection there is any way to
minimise risk of lump or abcess ?
Ok so first and foremost there is absolutely nothing about the Apexa gear that would make you more likely than not to get an abscess from injection. He keeps his solvent use down to bare minimum that is needed and according to my experience his production hygiene easily equals Pharma so nothing there either. Bottom line is that when you buy Apexa gear you are buying a product that attention to every detail was paid and no expense spared at making sure hygiene rules are observed and maintained and you are not going to receive gear where the "just add more solvent" rules have been applied to shortcut your way to higher concentrations!
Now as for the risk of abscess or infection that may be inherent to gear as a whole, regardless of what highly rated UGL you buy from, there are a few things you can do to minimize any risk.
1. Stay the hell away from your quads. DO NOT INJECT YOUR QUADS EVER! Sure, some people will say oh I do it all the time and have never had an issue! Right! Until you do it is not only inevitable it is always off the charts bad!
2. Cleanliness is next to Godliness. I personally am fanatical when it comes to my gear and injections. Sterile environment. I have stainless surgical trays that everything is put out on to work with and they are sterilized after every shot and before ever shot! I have 90%+ Isopropyl in spray bottles that gets used on every vial prior to drawing my shot. Vials get sprayed and then wiped with an alcohol swab.
3.Fresh pins every shot. I know it sound weird to say this but I have lost track of how many times I have heard people say they re-use pins. No Never Under any Circumstances Do This!
4. I use a larger gauge pin to draw my shot and then load a smaller one for injection. This means that the pin used on my body is fresh and sterile every time not even having come into contact with the AAS vial.
5.Wipe the injection area with an alcohol swab before your shot. Start at the shot point and work outwards in a circular motion.
I DO NOT EVER ASPIRATE, THIS IS SIMPLY NOT NECESSARY AND CAN CAUSE MORE HARM THAN GOOD! They do not even teach nurses to do this any longer. If you are using common sense and are staying away from your quads, the odds of hitting anything major that is carrying blood, while giving yourself an injection, are so miniscule that you needn't worry about it. The odd occasion where you get a leaker/spurter that is simply a vessel that has been nicked and poses 0 danger, and again no need to worry about actively avoiding!
Do not use another alcohol swab after your shot, alcohol inhibits clotting so you instead just use cotton coming from a sterile package or storage. Apply pressure for a minute or so just in case you have a leaker lol.
6. Rotate your injection sites. There are plenty of them so absolutely no reason to overuse one. I rotate through glutes, ventro glutes, delts, biceps, pecs, all the heads of the triceps. So with that many sites, by the time yo start the rotation again you are not going to aggravate the first site. This will cut way down on scar tissue.
7.Diet and sleep. If you haven't got both locked down you are simply not going to have a strong immune system and that is your 1st line and best defense against infection!
Lastly, and not to flog the horse or be too shilly, I just cannot speak any more highly of the customer service and quality of product from Apexa. You need have 0 worries dealing with him and I'm sure that you will find, as have the rest of we customers, that buying from Apexa is a worry free and rewarding experience each and every time!
Hope this helps!