Question thread

Discussion in 'Opiates' started by murgatroid, Oct 3, 2013.

  1. murgatroid

    murgatroid Member

    I ask questions on here a lot and I figured a question thread for general use might be good for the future. My question today is it safe to slowly push down the plunger when IVing. I mean slow as in the course of over 15 minutes to an hour. Is there any risk of the blood congealing and pushing in a clot? I must be one of the few who does not prefer a "rush" when using using any drug.
  2. why not do half the shot and then the other half in 10 minutes or so?
  3. gendorf

    gendorf Senior Member

    If you dont wanna rush you could use some infusin thingy you get at hospitals



    just lay on teh floor and let the heroin slowly enter your body...
  4. Fairlight

    Fairlight Banned

    ^Lol...That would be my preferred technique...
  5. hahaha04

    hahaha04 Whatevers Clever

    ha! nice i would love to have a coke and heroin IV set up like that with control buttons. i would surely become a shell of my former self. Ugh. fuck it.

    To the OP threads like this often become to general.

    To your original question, I wouldnt leave it in there for an hour, moving the needle around for all that time in your vein, especially insulin syringes, arent really supposed to be left in like that. Even just for reasons of reducing injection site infection.

    Any more questions?
  6. murgatroid

    murgatroid Member

  7. happydude_60

    happydude_60 Senior Member

    Hell yeah. Or one of those Morphine pump machines you control yourself.

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