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Test prop PIP - 07-02-2014, 03:46 PM

Why the crap does it hurt so bad?!? I got suspension from the same guy zero pip. The prop is terrible. Works great just painful
   
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07-02-2014, 06:27 PM

The prop ester acid is painful for most so no surprise. Mix equal parts prop with equal parts b-12 such as Synthelamin. No more pain plus you'll get an energy boost which will help if you feel lethargic on the sauce.


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The prop ester acid is painful for most so no surprise. Mix equal parts prop with equal parts b-12 such as Synthelamin. No more pain plus you'll get an energy boost which will help if you feel lethargic on the sauce.
Will that same mix work with suspension? Prop has never gave me an issue but im scared to death of suspension lol


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Will that same mix work with suspension? Prop has never gave me an issue but im scared to death of suspension lol
I believe it'd be the same. Massage the area you pin really good to help spread it out. Go with TNE (oil) instead of water-based susp. if you can. It's too easy to get an infection and TNE has little to no pain.
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07-02-2014, 07:43 PM

Weird, I use prop for TRT and never hurts. Tried suspension once and had several bruising and it was pretty bad. That's why it was once. Hah
   
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07-03-2014, 03:22 AM

This is my first time ever using prop. The first injection at every site I used was pretty bad. I'm an ironworker so it made crawling around on steel ruff. I was miserable. Believe it or not it don't hurt as much now. I guess you get used to it.
   
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