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    my friend has been doing the peptide thing now off and on for the past year and seen some definite physiological changes musculoskeletal wise as well as changes in body fat composition. my friend has always been super lean genetically however, he has been encountering a problem as of late in doing injections in the abdominal region. when he is injecting his ghrp2 and no dac cjc the peptide and nacl h2o solution appears to not be being absorbed properly possibly due to the thin skin and loss of subcutaneous abdominal fat. instead the solution basically appears almost as some kind of localized subq edema and also there appears to be small hematoma like petechiae/pin point brusing occuring at the injection sites. he rotates them at various locations however, the hunger effect indicative of the proper mechanism of action taking place is not to the extent that it is when done in the abdominal region. my friend has not done peptide IM injections as all scientific backed research he has done point to subq abdominal injections leading to optimal systemic penetration and circulation. does anyone have any ideas as to what my friend could do? or has anyone actually done enough IM peptide injections to see if it has the same effect as subq abdominal and if so what regions where done for the IM injections? If not, what is everyone one's opinion on the next best location to try the subq injections?

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    upper thigh, if he's lean, he won't be able to pinch any other spot...

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    Quote Originally Posted by hydroweighed4.0%bf View Post
    my friend has been doing the peptide thing now off and on for the past year and seen some definite physiological changes musculoskeletal wise as well as changes in body fat composition. my friend has always been super lean genetically however, he has been encountering a problem as of late in doing injections in the abdominal region. when he is injecting his ghrp2 and no dac cjc the peptide and nacl h2o solution appears to not be being absorbed properly possibly due to the thin skin and loss of subcutaneous abdominal fat. instead the solution basically appears almost as some kind of localized subq edema and also there appears to be small hematoma like petechiae/pin point brusing occuring at the injection sites. he rotates them at various locations however, the hunger effect indicative of the proper mechanism of action taking place is not to the extent that it is when done in the abdominal region. my friend has not done peptide IM injections as all scientific backed research he has done point to subq abdominal injections leading to optimal systemic penetration and circulation. does anyone have any ideas as to what my friend could do? or has anyone actually done enough IM peptide injections to see if it has the same effect as subq abdominal and if so what regions where done for the IM injections? If not, what is everyone one's opinion on the next best location to try the subq injections?
    I have been getting the same way a little. If I overuse a spot it starts getting a bruise deal. He might be hitting veins subq too. IM in my opinion is better, the peptides hit you faster. Technically its better absorbtion as well. The hips also work for subq shots.

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    its just a matter of over pinning like with anyother drug..your only get so many miles out of each area before your body doesnt react well....he needs to cycle on and off the peptides also...even the ghrh's and ghrp's...

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