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    gear waisted?

    I pinned yesterday in the glute like I normally do and when I pulled it out some gear dribbled down my cheek. I have always used a 1" pin and never had this problem. Am I not pinning deep enough?

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    It's not neccesarily depth. You should either not worry so much or pin using a z track injection method.
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    Re: gear waisted?

    Ya no big deal. Just try to push it in very slow and make sure you leave the pin in for a lil after your done. Have an alcohol pad ready when you do pull out

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    Re: gear waisted?

    Originally Posted by PillarofBalance View Post
    It's not neccesarily depth. You should either not worry so much or pin using a z track injection method.
    what is that?

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    Re: gear waisted?

    Here on page 5 shows the ztrack. http://www.ykhoa.net/baigiang/dieudu...tiemantoan.pdf

    Another thing thet helps is to inject, then pull the pin out about 1/4 -1/2" and then hold it there fir bout 30 sec to a min to allow the hole were the needle was at the deepest part to close a bit. Then pull the pin out slowly, so the vacum created by the needle exiting the body wont draw the product out.
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    Re: gear waisted?

    here you go chicken wing http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IPp28ZGgobw

    my son in law had the same problem with a 1.5" pin almost everytime. Its not really a big deal but he z track injection should help. good luck

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    Re: gear waisted?

    I use 1.5 but I let that sucker sit there for about a minute for I pull out.
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    Re: gear waisted?

    HMmmmm learn somthing every day, z-track hua? Im so used to just leaving the pin in there 30-60 seconds and applying a lil psi to the site after I pull out I'll prolly jus continue my Ol ways but that's a interesting link...The other day I had a gusher it was neat watching my pulse as the blood squirted out... Not sure if any gear got waisted or if the z-track could of stopped it.

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    Re: gear waisted?

    im so glad that hasnt happened to me yet... i wouldnt know what to do haha
    Originally Posted by Gstacker View Post
    HMmmmm learn somthing every day, z-track hua? Im so used to just leaving the pin in there 30-60 seconds and applying a lil psi to the site after I pull out I'll prolly jus continue my Ol ways but that's a interesting link...The other day I had a gusher it was neat watching my pulse as the blood squirted out... Not sure if any gear got waisted or if the z-track could of stopped it.
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    Re: gear waisted?

    I guess there's nothing to worry about then. I'm gonna try that z track thing just to see

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