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Everytime I try to do a Cycle with Test-prop I start getting large amounts of swelling in the injection site. It seems to get worse and worse as the cycle goes on. The pain from the the swelling cause fever like symptoms.
Does anyone else get the same effects? Is this caused by the higher alcohol content that the prop ester is disolved in or is it the prop ester itself that is causeng the reaction?


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oogee17
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yea i got the same feeling...i did 100 eod and it kills. i even cut it with b12 or grapeseed. still hurts


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You need to maybe find a better product, I had that problem till I switched gear!!!!!!!!!!!!


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Currently doing Syntrop Prop... the stuff is not painless but very close to it. My last batch of Axio test-E was worse...


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i tried both bd and axio prop i always heated the syringe and message the area after and never really had a problem but if you do still get pain then try cut with 0.5ml sterile oil

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I would try massaging the area afterwards and also heat the syringe a bit. It may help to cut the AAS with grape seed oil.

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sdmlsu1
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Quality prop should not be any more painfull than any other type of ester.


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I always got big bumps from axio prop, but it worked great!


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Posted by: sdmlsu1
Quality prop should not be any more painfull than any other type of ester.

It's quite common for shorter ester AAS to be more painful.Esterless AAS like winny or Suspension is even more painful.

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Posted by: da_Fonz
It's quite common for shorter ester AAS to be more painful.Esterless AAS like winny or Suspension is even more painful.

With water base I agree, but good prop. (IMHO) doesn'tcause any significant pain difference.


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Prop is just painful in general. It's one of those esters, as with most short acting esters, that if you can't handle it...don't use it. I use it with either Test Cyp or Enanthate to get that extra spike of test and a firmer harder result.

A good thing i found is rather than mixing another oil like grape seed oil (to me is unhygienically dangerous and pointless), is to shower before i need to inject.

Have the water quite HOT and really get the injection site warm so it softens the skin and muscle. Drink lots of water during the day so your muscles stay well hydrated, this will help with injecting smoothly too, and massage the site after injecting with a hot towel for 5 min or so.

I know it sounds like a lot but it works really well. Keep in mind that because of the hot shower you may get a bit of blood gush from the injection site due to the blood coming to surface, but this is merely superficial.

Enjoy!


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Prop has an acid based ester and it known for post injection discomfort due to a very small amount of tissue around the injection being destroyed..

I use it in a base of EO and it is painless; GSO still had the discomrt but in the EO it didn't

I am on EO prop right now with EOD injections in my quads and no discomfort.

Tiny


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Posted by: Tinymk
Prop has an acid based ester and it known for post injection discomfort due to a very small amount of tissue around the injection being destroyed..

I use it in a base of EO and it is painless; GSO still had the discomrt but in the EO it didn't

I am on EO prop right now with EOD injections in my quads and no discomfort.

Tiny

GSO = Grapeseed oil but what is EO

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Posted by: Tinymk
Prop has an acid based ester and it known for post injection discomfort due to a very small amount of tissue around the injection being destroyed..

I use it in a base of EO and it is painless;GSO still had the discomrt but in the EO it didn't

I am on EO prop right now with EOD injections in my quads and no discomfort.

Tiny

I use EO based Prop. and it isn't any more painfull than the Sandoz Test Cyp. I get from CVS. I've never tried the Syntrop Prop., but the Sustagen is painless. Visions...EO is Ethyl Oleate. It's very high quality, smooth and low viscosity. The only draw back is that a small persentage of people have negative reaction to it.


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are you changing the inj site? Prop is only 100mg/ml so you have to blast a lot of it and frequently, so I assume that it adds to the pain. Try to inject delts, quads, glutes, and mix it up every time.


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