how To Inject Steroids

    Rule number one – know what you’re injecting. The question was how to inject steroids, not “how to inject whatever else you think might work”, right?

    Steroids – specifically, anabolic steroids – are synthetic compounds that mimic the effects of your natural sex hormone, Testosterone, and promote muscle growth. Along with bigger muscles, you can get:


    • Endurance;
    • Strength;
    • Looks improvement;
    • Self-confidence boost;
    • Better overall performance.

    Some anabolic steroids are oral, and you – we hope – don’t need a guide on how to take a pill. Even though oral compounds are effective and popular, all of them should never be taken alone. An oral-only cycle (in the exception of, maybe, Anavar in small doses) can lead to Testosterone suppression with a complete list of nasty effects:

    • Fatigue;
    • Shrinking testicles;
    • No erection for months;
    • Bad mood and sleepiness;
    • Anxiety;
    • Decrease in muscle mass.

    That’s why you need to learn how to inject steroids: you either do it or get the crazy side effects from cycling oral compounds solo. Or, you know, work out naturally. That’s always away, even though a relatively slow one.

    Other reasons to learn are simple: if you don’t know how to inject steroids and still try to do it intuitively… you’re going to have a bad time. Here are some terrible case scenarios:

    1. You can hit a major blood vessel and get too many steroids right in your blood;
    2. Accidental injection in a vein will hurt like hell, will make you cough uncontrollably, and maybe put you into a hospital;
    3. If you will try to perform a self-injection with zero understanding of how to inject steroids and will hit an artery — you’ll bleed severely and end up in the hospital again;
    4. In the mildest of scenarios, an improper injection will just waste the rather expensive substance, it will never reach your blood flow, and you’ll get no benefits at all;
    5. The first thing you need to learn when you research how to inject steroids – there’s nothing more important than proper disinfection. Infections can lead to all kinds of consequences, and none of them are good.

    It’s hard to stress it more: learning how to inject steroids is essential. You either learn or don’t even touch a syringe.

    Finally, to practice. Intramuscular injections of anabolic steroids are not different from intramuscular injections of any other substance. The majority of anabolic compounds on the market require an intramuscular injection, so it’s over half of the success.

    First – you need an injection site. Anecdotally, glutes have the best risk-to-effectiveness balance:

    • No big blood vessels;
    • Big enough muscle to hit it;
    • Easy to reach;
    • The spot is hidden by your clothes 90% of the time.

    Now that you’ve found a place – get all the stuff you need:

    • A syringe;
    • A needle (sometimes they come as one piece);
    • Disinfecting tissues with alcohol;
    • The steroid itself in a vial.

    Open the vial, get the right amount of the substance in it, make sure there are no bubbles, and stick it under a 90-degree angle right into the injection site. Push the lever slowly until all the substance is in the muscle, take the needle out and disinfect the place.

    How To Inject Steroids In The Fat Tissu

    So-called subcutaneous injections are a good alternative to intramuscular ones. In this case, the target is not your muscle tissue but a thin fat layer between your skin and muscles. It’s perfect for “lighter” solutions, like SARMs or peptides, but sometimes works well with TRT or usual AAS cycles as well.

    The good news is – you don’t need to read a whole new guide on how to inject steroids subcutaneously. There are just three changes:

    1. Injection site. Anecdotally, an area above your belly button is the safest (and most effective);
    2. A different stage in the process: you need to pinch your skin a bit to make it thick enough for safe, painless, and precise needle insertion;
    3. You don’t need to go DEEP in the tissue and change the angle to 45 degrees.

    In every other aspect, subcutaneous injections are not that different from intramuscular.


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