My Best PIP [Post Injection Pain] Solutions

Kai Palikiko          AUG.  5, 2020

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Heat or ice, which one do I personally use to alleviate any type of post injection pain? What's going on brother? My name is Kai and if you've been trying to get a hold of me by the way, the best way to do that is the link to my email. Now that link can be found in the description, you put in your name, your email, any question you have for me, it is going to go directly to my proton mail.

There are some guys out there who are newly initiated when it comes to TRT or blasting Gear in general.

And during, at the beginning of this process, they start to experience a little bit of PIP. The best way I could describe that is after they pin, they experienced a little bit of a feeling uncomfortable on the actual pin site. Either that's just due to, you know, virgin muscle, meaning it's my very first time pinning on that site, overly sensitive pinning sites or just having a really low threshold of pain.

Like for myself, man, no matter where or which section I pin in my left glute, I'm always going to have some kind of weird pain. I don't know what it is, my right, everything else, my chest, my deltoids, my traps, I have no problem, but when it comes to my left glute, for some weird odd reason, I'm always getting some kind of PIP in that section.

When it comes to alleviating some kind of sport pain or some kind of fitness pain, we all know what to do. When it comes to muscle soreness, we all know to use heat, or when it comes to say getting a bruise, we all know to use ice. Now this is where it gets a little bit complicated.

Because when it comes to post injection pain, having to identify what type of pip that is or what type of pain, it's really hard to distinguish. So if we don't know what type of pain that is, how are we supposed to alleviate it? This is my personal way to really identify which type of pain it is, so I can start to alleviate that type of post injection pain.

 When I inject, say the compounds I'm on right now, Test, Tren, DHV, I'm not including the orals, because that doesn't count for PIP, right? If I were to pin say my injection sites, one of them, right, if I were to pin, say in my deltoids right here, if the pain stays right there in that localized area where I pinned, the answer to that is using heat.

When it comes to the actual image of it, the aesthetics of it, even though it's a bulking agent, it doesn't aromatize, but I'll get to that in a minute when it comes to the post cycle therapy stuff, it doesn't aromatize.

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I want to use heat to help my body absorb those oils that I just pinned, that is probably one of the fastest way for me to really alleviate it. And this is where it gets a little bit confusing because there's other types of PIP out there. For example, getting PIP from subcutaneous leak.

Subcutaneous leak is this, say I were to pin, same exact spot, right here in my deltoids, and for some odd reason, the pain, instead of being localized, it traveled all the way down to my elbow. A lot of us don't recognize this because it is a weird type of PIP. I mean, I'm thinking, why do I have pain in my elbow, when I pinned up here? It's not like I pinned right on my elbow, you know.

Because there's bone there, just no way I would go out of my way to pin right in my elbow. Why am I getting PIP there, even though I injected way up here? What happened is that's called subcutaneous leak, meaning this - I pin in my deltoids, but for some odd reason some of the oil secreted out of my muscle and into my fatty tissue, right? And because due to gravity, some of the oil leaked all the way down into my elbow, that's what causes that type of subcutaneous leak. 

The problem with that is this, because of subcutaneous leak, it's going to get irritated, it's going to get inflamed. And the best solution to that is using ice instead, because the heat, the pain is right there right underneath my skin. So to stop the inflammation, I would grab a bag of ice and I would just put that sucker right there.

About a couple of hours later, after I do that session, say 30 minutes on ice, a couple hours later, another 30 minutes on ice, it's actually going to help that type of PIP. It is not just on my deltoids either, this could literally happen everywhere. See, if I were to pin on my quads, right, this side part, the lateralus part of my quads, and if I were to get pain right under my knee, and that's happened before man, and it feels so weird.

It's like a, it's like being on Winstrol, where my joints feel really achy, right around my knee area. The very first time I felt that it was, it was really hard to walk, especially when that day was, this was years ago, but that day was when I was doing squats. And man, that pain was weird. It was really excruciating, because I was able to move, but at the same time, I couldn't put so much weight on it because there was a lot of soreness on there. 

And that's when I found out about subcutaneous leak, and then the solution to that was obviously ice, because any type of inflammation, if I were to get it, even if it wasn't from, you know, pinning, say if I were to get some kind of inflammation from some type of sport, the best way to alleviate that is ice, so that's what I would use for any type of subcutaneous leak. 

So in short, if my PIP, my post injection pain is localized, meaning say if I were to pin on my chest, and the PIP just stays in that area, I am going to use heat, a heating pad, a rag towel and I would heat it up in the microwave. Honestly, the best way to use heat is a heating pad. Plug that sucker in, I don't have to do anything, I don't have to grab that towel, reheated at the microwave over and over again.

But it's like 20 bucks at Walgreens. I mean, come on, really, 20 bucks? The best way, plug it in, boom, done. Or if that pain, my post injection pain traveled somewhere else. Say if I were to pin, and this happened before, it feels so weird. I pin on my traps, and some of the oil leak all the way down to my upper part of my chest and I'm like, I didn't pin into my chest. I literally remember I didn't pin in my chest.

Wait a minute, oh - subQ leak, that's exactly what happened. So got the big bag of ice, held it for dear life, hoping it would alleviate it and it did couple hours later. So that's the way to do it. Localized PIP, heat. Any type of PIP that moves all around, ice. Other than that boys, email right below in the description. Other than that, Kai here, out. Take care.



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