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Scar tissue formation after years of injecting

Wayacrucis

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Is there any solution to removing this stuff? I've been at this for 10 years now and fortunately I was smart enough to rotate injection spots and I also never used very thick pins. However, It seems like I just have this area in my right glute where the scar tissue is in abundance. From what I understand, no tissue work can actually get rid of this stuff and the typical advice of "get deep tissue massage to break it down" is a complete myth.
 

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Is there any evidence that it actually affects absorbtion? I can't find any information but I feel like I googled it once when there was a thread where people were suggesting injecting AAS sub q because they were worried about scar tissue... and the answer was no.

I always use short esters and rotate 6 sites for years never had an issue. I think my test levels were 4400 or so on 350mg prop don't have them Infront of me.
 

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Is there any evidence that it actually affects absorbtion? I can't find any information but I feel like I googled it once when there was a thread where people were suggesting injecting AAS sub q because they were worried about scar tissue... and the answer was no.

I always use short esters and rotate 6 sites for years never had an issue. I think my test levels were 4400 or so on 350mg prop don't have them Infront of me.
ive thought the same
i believe it would definetly slow the absorption rate though
 

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No one answering the question again, a real, usable method for reducing/removing scar tissue?
 

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I want to say I remember gotgame posting about something that can be injected into the scar tissue to break it up. I know ultrasound will also
 

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I want to say I remember gotgame posting about something that can be injected into the scar tissue to break it up. I know ultrasound will also
That's what came to mind to me, I seem to remember being in at least one PT clinic that had some fancy ultrasound machine they claimed broke up scar tissue etc.
 

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I have gone to therapists to have scar tissue broken up using ART and other such treatments. as long as you like pain and discomfort it seems viable.
 

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Is there any solution to removing this stuff? I've been at this for 10 years now and fortunately I was smart enough to rotate injection spots and I also never used very thick pins. However, It seems like I just have this area in my right glute where the scar tissue is in abundance. From what I understand, no tissue work can actually get rid of this stuff and the typical advice of "get deep tissue massage to break it down" is a complete myth.
Yes slows absorption and if not moved can calcify had a buddy too stupid to stop hitting his weak delts and had to get actual rocks removed from them. That said stretching and DT does help as well as cardio so for glute I’d stepmill or use elliptical on a higher elevation which will help. Once an area gets that way write it off forever. Even now if I put b-12 in my right flute it’ll sit for weeks as opposed to 24 hours.
 

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I have gone to therapists to have scar tissue broken up using ART and other such treatments. as long as you like pain and discomfort it seems viable.
I would think this is for scar tissue around injury, vs in someone's ass cheek because they didn't rotate? I've had pt break up scar tissue around muscle strains and tears don't know if that type of therapy would work for needle pokes
 

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ART, Massage, Graston etc are not going to get rid of scar tissue. Just think about it logically. It's called scar tissue. It's an actual tangible substance.

If someone told you that they could "massage" your gyno out, would you not laugh? Same concept here. Gyno is soft tissue, this is scar tissue. Point being, they're both forms of tissue. You cannot get "rid" of the an actual substance no matter what you do it by putting external pressure on it via art, massage, graston etc.
 

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i tried im hyaluraunic acid a while ago.
it seemed to help some knotts i had even though i didnt inject into them directly.
i dont remember why i used it, think i was just fucking around and that was an odd thing i noticed.
ran it for like 3 months. dont remember dose.
 

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Yes slows absorption and if not moved can calcify had a buddy too stupid to stop hitting his weak delts and had to get actual rocks removed from them. That said stretching and DT does help as well as cardio so for glute I’d stepmill or use elliptical on a higher elevation which will help. Once an area gets that way write it off forever. Even now if I put b-12 in my right flute it’ll sit for weeks as opposed to 24 hours.
i havent been able to hit delts for years =( too many 3cc frequent injects in old school GSO carrier in my early and mid late 20s
 

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At-home therapies can help a person manage or reduce scar tissue pain, ease swelling, and speed scar healing. Many of these techniques require regular, consistent use to be effective. They include:

Massage: Massaging a scar in the scar’s direction for at least 10 minutes two times per day may decrease sensitivity. If the scar is in a location that is difficult for a person to reach, a massage therapist can help.
Exercise programs: A controlled exercise program may help reduce joint stiffness due to scar tissue. The types of exercises that will help depend on the location of the scar. A physical therapist may be able to help someone identify the best approach for them.
Moisturizer: Applying moisturizers, such as cocoa or shea butter, can keep the skin soft, which sometimes helps lessen the discomfort of scar tissue. Doctors usually recommend avoiding moisturizers that contain perfume or fragrance, as these may irritate the skin.
Silicone gel: A person can purchase silicone gel sheets or paint-on silicone liquid to promote scar tissue healing. These products will stick to the skin’s surface, even if it is curved. For the best results, people should use silicone gel for 12–24 hours a day for 3–6 months.
Taping: A person can also try taping or wrapping the scar, which can reduce tension and swelling.
Vibration: Using vibration devices, such as electronic massagers, may help desensitize nerves, helping reduce pain. However, a person must use this technique on a daily basis for several months to see results
 

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Some medical treatments for scars include:

Dermabrasion: Dermabrasion is a procedure that involves using a special tool to remove scar tissue and encourage new tissue growth. After dermabrasion treatment, a person may see new tissue growth 5–8 days after the procedure.
Fat grafting: This procedure involves removing fat from an area on a person’s body, processing the fat, and injecting it underneath a scar. Scientists believe that fat contains stem cells that can help healthy tissue grow. This new growth can help reduce skin tightness, which may lessen pain and itching.
Laser treatments: Laser treatments involve applying a specialized laser to the skin. The laser penetrates the skin and stimulates collagen production to promote scar healing. Laser therapy will not eliminate a scar, but it can reduce pain and itching and potentially improve a person’s range of motion.
Scar revision surgery: Sometimes, if scarring is deep and painful, a person may require scar revision surgery. Surgeons usually only perform this procedure on mature or older scars. Often, the scars are on joints or areas where they inhibit a person’s movement. Doctors may perform a skin graft — transplanting healthy skin from another part of the body — during the surgery
 

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I have a massage gun with a fairly pointed attachment. Digging into inj areas seems to break up recent scar tissue, but I've not seen a difference in the old stuff. Seems to prevent more from accumulating, however. My old scar tissue hasn't gotten worse, despite pinning the same areas for years.
 

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i havent been able to hit delts for years =( too many 3cc frequent injects in old school GSO carrier in my early and mid late 20s
Yea that’s my glutes that and daily 3ML pops of Kynoselen for a decade
 

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I would think this is for scar tissue around injury, vs in someone's ass cheek because they didn't rotate? I've had pt break up scar tissue around muscle strains and tears don't know if that type of therapy would work for needle pokes
I would figure scar tissue in a muscle would be effective at being broken up no matter what caused it. Cross linking of fibers would be broken up same. I have spoke to therapists and they have said they can break up scar tissue caused by surgeries i have had. I assume scar tissue from an injection may cause more harm then just i little needle poke from a syringe.
 

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I would figure scar tissue in a muscle would be effective at being broken up no matter what caused it. Cross linking of fibers would be broken up same. I have spoke to therapists and they have said they can break up scar tissue caused by surgeries i have had. I assume scar tissue from an injection may cause more harm then just i little needle poke from a syringe.
Yea I’ve had my scar tissue fixed I just can’t use my right flute anymore the knots are worked out but the area eventually gets where it just doesn’t handle shots well.
 

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