How-to Inject T
A He-man's Guide
Disclaimer: I am 18. I'm not a doctor. This is for someone who has been taught how to self-inject already,
but is a little nervous or wants a refresher. This is geared toward someone who injects in the buttox,
that is why I do not mention aspirating*.
|Step 1:||Lay out supplies. Wash your hands.|
|Step 2:||Clean the rubber top of the T vial with an alcohol swab.|
|Step 3:||Open the needle you will use to draw up the T. Draw back, sucking in air, |
to the amount of T you will inject. For example, in my case that would be 1 ml.
|Step 4:||Insert needle into the vial of T, flip upside down, and expel the air.|
|Step 5:||Slowly draw back on the plunger. The black tip of the plunger has two lines, |
read from the line closest to the needle. Once you have the desired amount,
remove the needle (still upside down) and draw air into the syringe so that
no T leaks when you are swapping needles.
|Step 6:||Recap the needle, twist off, and dispose of in a sharps container.|
Twist on new needle. Drop trow. Clean the area with an alcohol swab.
When the area is completely dry, you are ready to inject.
|Step 7:||Have a piece of gauze ready for after the injection. Uncap the needle. |
Support all your weight on the opposite leg. The muscle needs to be relaxed.
Breathe. Some people like the dart method, some like to go slow, some like the z-track method.
Inject the needle in your preferred method. Aspirate to check for blood. If there is none, inject the T.
I find it easiest to hold the syringe in one hand, and push the plunger with the other, but this is not possible with z-tracking.
|Step 8:||Remove the needle and apply gauze. Gently massage the area.|
|Step 9:||Apply cool Band-Aide when needed, though be cautioned of applying tape to a hairy ass.|
|Step 10:||Carefully dispose of needle and syringe.|
Where to Inject?
When you are injecting in the ass, the easiest way to find the proper location,
is to imagine drawing a line down and across the butt cheek, dividing it into four
quadrants, as pictured below. You want to aim for the upper right-hand , or upper
left-hand quadrant. The gluteus maximus is such a large muscle, it's almost
fool proof. When feeling for a place in either of those two quadrants, all you are
searching for is a good "meaty" area. If it feels to boney, move more toward the center.