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What happens if you bend the needle

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I was drawing the gear in the needle got bent a little bit add an angle. Do you think it's okay to still inject it or should I swap it out for another one just in case. Also what do you do when you're injecting and you hit scar tissue and the needle bends a little bit do you pull out or do you just keep injecting anyway
 
I was drawing the gear in the needle got bent a little bit add an angle. Do you think it's okay to still inject it or should I swap it out for another one just in case. Also what do you do when you're injecting and you hit scar tissue and the needle bends a little bit do you pull out or do you just keep injecting anyway
Well I'd say since the price of needles didn't go with COVID-19[emoji3083][emoji40] I'd just replace it.

But if you're feeling froggy I'd just fish that bent needle around the big vein,small nerve and directly into the muscle[emoji123][emoji123] lmfao
 
I was drawing the gear in the needle got bent a little bit add an angle. Do you think it's okay to still inject it or should I swap it out for another one just in case. Also what do you do when you're injecting and you hit scar tissue and the needle bends a little bit do you pull out or do you just keep injecting anyway

I have bent the needle before. Pull out, pick a different injection site and use a new needle.
 
I was drawing the gear in the needle got bent a little bit add an angle. Do you think it's okay to still inject it or should I swap it out for another one just in case. Also what do you do when you're injecting and you hit scar tissue and the needle bends a little bit do you pull out or do you just keep injecting anyway

bro don't be risky, bent needle dangerous
 
I was drawing the gear in the needle got bent a little bit add an angle. Do you think it's okay to still inject it or should I swap it out for another one just in case. Also what do you do when you're injecting and you hit scar tissue and the needle bends a little bit do you pull out or do you just keep injecting anyway

Swap it. Ideally you don't use the same pin anyway. You draw with one and inject with another

Scar tissue: swap sites!!
 
Most definitely, don't use bent needles
 
You never use the same needle you draw with for one you draw with a bigger needle then you’d inject with.

and you always want it to be sharp enough and sterile.
 
Don’t use the same needle to withdrawal and inject and if it is bent yes swap it out
 
I was drawing the gear in the needle got bent a little bit add an angle. Do you think it's okay to still inject it or should I swap it out for another one just in case. Also what do you do when you're injecting and you hit scar tissue and the needle bends a little bit do you pull out or do you just keep injecting anyway


Brother, you should use a new needle to inject cause every time you draw the steroids the tip of the needle gets dull so you want a new one to inject each and every time.
Check out the podcasts and links below for all of the info you need:


Injections podcast
https://www.evolutionary.org/evolut...a-injectionspeptidesinfections-from-steroids/

Proper injection techniques part 1
https://www.evolutionary.org/proper-injection-techniques-part-1/

Part 2
https://www.evolutionary.org/proper-injection-techniques-part-2/

Intramuscular injections
https://www.evolutionary.org/introduction-to-intramuscular-injections/
 
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