How to inject?
It is important to seek information before you try to inject intra-muscularly. There are a few rules to follow for your safety and of course you need to know where to inject. For this kind of injection you will need long needles, 4 cm or 1.5". When injecting in the deltoid (arm) 3cm or a 1.0" is enough. Make sure you don’t hit an injection spot more than once per week. Rotating injection sites will also keep you from building scar tissue.
Drawing Up The Medicine Into The Syringe:
Selecting The Site For Injection: Carefully select the site for injection so major blood vessels and nerves are avoided. Use different sites to prevent repeated injections in the same area. Change sites with each injection. Do not use areas that are bruised, tender, scarred from surgeries or injury, or swollen.
Buttock (Gluteus Medius) Site For IM Injection
Hip (Ventrogluteal) Site For IM Injection
Leg (Vastus Lateralis) Site For IM Injection
Arm (Deltoid) Site For IM Injection
Giving The IM Injection
Clean Up The Supplies:
We would like to recommend the following two links as well, they both show photo's of the injection spots:
We don't supply our customers with syringes, simply because discreet packing of your order is of a higher priority. In most countries needles and syringes can be bought at your local pharmacy. In case you can't buy syringes locally, we can provide you with a few links to where you can buy them.