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Same needle different syringe to draw

dcbreaks11

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Would I run into any problems, using the same 18g needle to draw everyday? Its a new syringe. New syringe and new 25g needle to inject ofc
 

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Would I run into any problems, using the same 18g needle to draw everyday? Its a new syringe. New syringe and new 25g needle to inject ofc
Umm, why? Seriously, why use the same needle? They're a dime a piece for the pricey ones.

Anyways, to answer, while I cannot be 100% sure, I highly suspect so. If only that the needle will get dull after a while.
 

Markinpa

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Thats what I do. I use the syringe with a needle draw it up. Take a new syringe with needle and switch the needle over. Now every time I have a clean syringe with a new needle. But use the same one to draw. Saves me a lot of wasted needles or using ones dull by stopper. I’ve used the same draw needles for months.
 

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Would I run into any problems, using the same 18g needle to draw everyday? Its a new syringe. New syringe and new 25g needle to inject ofc
Lots of people do it but I would use a 20 or 22 gauge. An 18 gauge will destroy the stopper pretty quick.
 

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Lots of people do it but I would use a 20 or 22 gauge. An 18 gauge will destroy the stopper pretty quick.
This ^ I've used an 18 gauge to draw in the past, you end up with little pieces of the stopper in the oil in your syringe.
 

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Lots of people do it but I would use a 20 or 22 gauge. An 18 gauge will destroy the stopper pretty quick.
yep, use that 18 a few times and it will chew up the stopper
 

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I do it all the time. 20 gauge for all oils then switch to a 23-25
 

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They are so cheap. Might as well use a brand new 20g to draw every time. And use new different one to use. (25g or 23g)
 

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Honestly I switch out my draw pin with every new vial. The tips becomes blunt after so many uses. I do not go larger than a 20g draw pin as the 18 can damage the rubber.

Most would argue that the pins are cheap enough and that there is a risk of bacteria.
 

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