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Coughing?

Number LL

Number LL

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Dec 4, 2010
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For the last month or two almost every time I inject within 2 minutes I start coughing. I have only aspirated blood once in 3 years.

Today I didn't aspirate blood and the spot didn't even bleed after pulling out the needle. I put a bandaid on anyway and started coughing right afterward. I cough so hard I have to control myself so I don't puke. Works up a nice sweat too.

Any ideas? Give up blasting and get a compounded cream for my TRT? :)
 
SHINE

SHINE

MuscleHead
Oct 11, 2010
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Could be that your a bit alergic to Benzyl Alcohol which is reported in some medical journals to cause coughing and shortness of breath.
 
Number LL

Number LL

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Could be that your a bit alergic to Benzyl Alcohol which is reported in some medical journals to cause coughing and shortness of breath.
Always something with me. :) I haven't heard that before. Thanks for the info. I have been using this stuff for a year now but just switched vials. Maybe a stronger solvent mix in this one. I have some scripted stuff I will try for a few weeks and see what happens.
 
Deacon

Deacon

Old School Meso Vet
Oct 29, 2010
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I would agree that the alcohol is getting to you - it may be the mix your guy uses to - to much alcohol
 
Deacon

Deacon

Old School Meso Vet
Oct 29, 2010
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#6
or add another liquid - deca often works good and in this way you add more oil and dilute the mix
 
Youngstunna

Youngstunna

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Oct 21, 2010
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I have experianced this as well and i know it has something to do with a high BA content because I could taste the alcohol when i was coughing I have had this happen twice and the second time I coughed for about 45 seconds and could hardley catch my breath, Thought I was gonna die.......I read somewhere that its a mixture of things High BA content and you had to have gone through a Artery, and the gear made its way in your blood stream for it to happen so quickley
 
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