Protocol for Human
Growth Hormone and Testosterone Injection
The primary method for Human Growth
Hormone Administration is Subcutaneous Injection. Subcutaneous
injection means that the needle is inserted into the skin and the
shot is delivered just below the epidermal layer. Testosterone HRT is
delivered via a few methods, including Testosterone gels and patches,
but it is also often delivered by injection as well. Testosterone
Injections are delivered intramuscularly. This means that the needle
used for a Testosterone Shot is delivered directly into muscle
tissue, where it later disseminates over time into the blood stream.
This article is written in order to
inform you about the proper method by which to deliver both Human
Growth Hormone and Testosterone Shots. It is important for both your
own safety and the effectiveness of your prescription hormone regimen
that you read and follow these instructions with the utmost care.
Getting Ready to Inject
Wash your wrists and hands with
great care using warm water and soap. Doing this will reduce the
risk of needle contamination tremendously.
After washing your hands, find a
proper staging area for your injection. This area will be a flat,
hard, and disinfected surface such as the countertop of your
bathroom. Although not absolutely necessary, the ideal location will
also have a mirror.
At this point, you should gather
all of the supplies necessary to perform the injection. Carefully
examine all of your supplies and make sure that no contamination has
occurred and that all packages are properly sealed. If there are
signs of tampering or if products have been improperly stored, it is
imperative that you discard them.
addition to this, make sure that the medications are not expired,
because the effectiveness and safety of Hormone Replacement Therapies
decay over time, leading to inferior results or increased risk of
complications and side-effects as a result of injection.
Important: When Administering
Testosterone Intramuscularly, you will utilize two individual
needles. The first needle is known as the “drawing needle.” It is
used to obtain the proper dose from the Testosterone vial. The second
needle is known as the “administration needle.” This needle will
be used to actually deliver the Bioidentical Testosterone Hormone
into your muscle tissue.
How to Draw the Hormone Solution
into Your Syringe:
The first thing you must do is
use alcohol swabs to sterilize the cap of the vial. The correct way
to clean the cap is to slide the alcohol swab in a fluid motion
across the cap of the vial in a single swipe.
After sterilizing the cap of the
Testosterone or HGH Hormone Vial, carefully open the package
containing the needle and syringe. After you do this, pull back the
plunger of the syringe until the air inside the syringe equals the
dose of Hormone Replacement Therapy that you intend to deliver (for
example, if your dose is three millimeters of solution, you would
retract the plunger until you reach the number “3” prominently
displayed on the front of the syringe.
At this point, push the needle
directly through the rubber cap of the vial. It is vital that the
stopper remain perfectly clean throughout this process. If you
accidentally touch the rubber cap after you initially sterilized it
with the alcohol swab, you must repeat the process before continuing
before inserting the needle.
After inserting the needle, flip
the Hormone Vial with its base facing upward. Make sure that the tip
of the needle remains submerged in the solution until the needle is
Press down on the plunger,
releasing the air captured within the syringe into the vial of
medication. This serves two purposes. First, this creates a
consistency of air pressure both inside and outside of the glass
vial, preventing the vial from cracking or breaking. Second,
maintaining equal pressure within the vial will make future
withdrawal of medication less of a potential hassle.
Make sure that the tip of the
needle is still properly submerged, then take both syringe and vial
in one hand. With your free hand, pull on the plunger and take up
the amount of solution that you intend to administer. Figure One is
a visual aid intended to help you visualize how to accomplish this
Continue to maintain the vial in
an inverted fashion and keep the drawing needle submerged in the
fluid contained within the vial. Then tap softly upon the wall of
the syringe so any bubbles of air trapped in the vial rise to the
top and dissipate. After you do this you will press the plunger
slightly—only enough to remove all of the air trapped in the
needle. This is of vital importance, because it is inherently
dangerous to inject bubbles of air into the body as they can enter
the blood stream and lead to major complications.
After you have removed the air
from the needle and retrieved your desired dose, carefully pull the
needle out of the rubber stopper, along with the syringe.
Seal the needle temporarily by
carefully sticking the tip into a needle cap that you have placed on
the sterilized countertop. This will help prevent you from
contaminating the needle or accidentally pricking yourself before
you are ready to inject.
For Intramuscular and/or
Testosterone Injection only: Release the drawing needle from the
syringe and safely dispose of it in a Sharps container approved by
OSHA. There are strict Federal rules regarding the disposal of
potentially biohazardous sharp objects and needles, and they must be
placed in an appropriate biological medical disposal container.
If you do
not have a Sharps Container in your possession you must acquire one
before you can safely and legally use your Injectable Testosterone or
Human Growth Hormone. It is of the utmost importance that you discard
your used needles in a responsible manner.
Protocol for Hormone Solution
Make sure that you keep all
materials, needles, and syringes untarnished. It is incredibly
important to prevent anything from making contact with either the tip
of the needle or the syringe. If the tip of the needle or syringe is
touched in any way, or any other form of contamination occurs, you
are recommended with utmost urgency to dispose of the needle and
syringe and begin the process again with new and sterile tools in
order to help prevent you from getting a dangerous infection.
For Intramuscular and/or
Testosterone administration, retrieve the administration needle
from its sealed and untarnished package and carefully look over the
needle for potential defects. Don't take the cap off of the needle
until you are fully prepared to inject.
Twist the administration needle
carefully but firmly onto the syringe. Keep the combo placed
carefully on your sterilized countertop until you are ready to
administer the Testosterone Hormone Replacement Therapy.
In the case of subcutaneous
administration, there is a slim insulin syringe which comes complete
with needle. This needle is sealed to the syringe and it is not
possible to remove it. This needle will be used for injection.
Take an alcohol swab and
disinfect the patch of skin you intend to utilize for
administration. Allow the alcohol to dry only due to contact with
the air. Discard the swab.
If you feel and knots, bumps, or lumps at the area you have
chosen for injection, pick another site. Also, if you feel pain when
applying pressure to a particular area, change your location of
desired administration as well. Also, avoid any patch of skin which
is unnaturally depressed, discolored, or scabbed. Keep away from
broken wounds as well. If you have any question about the viability
of an injection site, contact us for more information.
Take the cap off of the needle
when you are prepared to inject. Take your fingertips and raise the
area that you intend to inject slightly by pinching the skin with
your fingertips, making sure not to get your fingers on the spot in
which you intend to inject. See Figure Two for a visual
locations for administration are located away from structures of the
body such as bones, joints, and nerves. Contact us for a diagram of
potential hormone injection sites. The ideal area to administer an
Intramuscular Testosterone Injection is into the muscle of the outer
thigh or the buttocks (quadricep or gluteus maximus) The ideal
location to administer HGH or HCG Subcutaneously is into the soft
skin surrounding the belly button.
In a single firm but fast
motion, inject the needle through the skin. For Subcutaneous
injection you should inject at a forty-five degree (diagonal) angle.
For Intramuscular Injections you should inject at a ninety degree
The seventh step is only for
Intramuscular Testosterone Injection. Skip to the eighth step for HGH
Intramuscular: After you have
injected the needle into the desired location of muscle, retract the
plunger just a bit and check and see if there is blood within the
syringe. If there is, this means that you have struck a blood vessel
or are very near one, and you must choose another location for
injection. This only occurs very rarely, but if it does, it is
vitally important not to inject, as the Testosterone will
potentially enter the blood stream at an unintended rate.
is blood contained within the syringe, pull the needle from the skin
and throw away the needle in your approved container. After you have
disposed of the needle, rub the injection site with clean tissue or
gauze. Return to the second step and repeat the administration
process after picking another site for injection.
Administer the Hormone Therapy
by pushing steadily and slowly onto the plunger until you have
completely emptied the syringe. Press gauze or a cotton swab against
the site of administration.
Quickly but cautiously retract
the needle from the skin, then massage the administration location
with gauze or a dry cotton ball.
Immediately throw away both the
needle and the syringe into your OSHA-approved sharp disposal
Return all equipment and
medicine to a safe location that children cannot access. Make sure
that you store your Hormone Medications at their proper holding
temperature inside the refrigerator. Also make sure your other
medical equipment is stored in a safe and intelligent manner as
After your Sharps Container has
been filled to recommended capacity, contact your local authority
for waste management and follow their rules for appropriate
bio-medical waste disposal.
At first these steps may seem
somewhat complicated, but after a few injections, the process will
feel both simple and natural. If you have issues with needles and are
interested in Testosterone HRT, there are a number of different
treatment methods available. Testosterone Injections are preferred by
those who want faster results with a very slightly increased chance
of minor side effects. The results with Testosterone creams and
patches begin to take place at a slower rate, but the chances for
overdose are more negligible. Testosterone pellets are available as
well, for patients who are okay with injections, but want to take as
few as possible.
For now, the only way to receive
Human Growth Hormone Replacement Therapy is via injection. There are
researchers evaluating the potential of alternate methods, but to
this date, injections are the only way to receive medically potent
doses of HGH.
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