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Injecting - Pain and swelling after injection

Discussion in 'Opiates & Opioids' started by Lotsofquestions, Jun 6, 2013.

  1. Lotsofquestions

    Lotsofquestions Newbie

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    May 8, 2013
    What can it mean when a Roxy is injected and it swells up and hurts after, but was not missed. No knots, Just swelling and pain. What could be the reason?
  2. Potter

    Potter Platinum Member & Advisor

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    Apr 1, 2005
    that you have a blood clot that will eventually dislodge and float through your body till it eventually lands in an artery going to your brain, resulting in a lethal stroke. Or minor irritation.

    Oh the joy of uncertainty.

    Injecting pills is incredibly dangerous, at the very least you need a micron filter.
  3. weedwhacker

    weedwhacker Newbie

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    Sep 11, 2012
    My friend Mr. Spock shoots dil recreationally, but of course very sparingly. Take a longer time crushing the pill and mixing and one will notice that the solution in the syringe is much more clear and less pill-colored. If the solution is clear, thats the better shot. If the solution is pill-colored (in Spocks case it becomes a very white color which is very dangerous) it results in pain and swelling for days and means there is much more than just the drug in that syringe. Use clean needles, or at least wash the needle out with bleach and flush with water several times before reuse, which should only really be three times at most. Like potter said, if one has access to micron filters and clean supplies, there is no excuse for one not to utilize them. If they're going to go to the extremes of shooting, the least you could do is do it right. This has happened to Spock before and most of the time has gone away in a few days, but it is best to play it safe and keep and eye on the spot. If it doesn't go away in 3 - 5 days, it is something to be worried about.
  4. Mindless

    Mindless Gold Member

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    Feb 23, 2011
    If an arm is swollen and painful after injecting it means that medical attention is required. There is not much to be gained by seeking advice online about what may be a causing the symptoms and time may be lost in seeking proper treatment.
  5. Gimpy

    Gimpy Silver Member

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    Jun 10, 2013
    Are you filtering it right? If not you might have a problem.