Why are some injecting and pulling some blood out?

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Re: Why are some injecting and pulling some blood out?

Postby Larry10625 » Thu Dec 27, 2018 6:45 am

bldoink wrote:Larry,
I'm obviously not a medical professional but it's my understanding the tissue of the corpus cavernosum is sponge like and saturated with blood even when flaccid thereby making it easy to draw blood from it. That seems to be the case from my experiments. However, I don't generally aspirate as I don't see the need.



Yeah, that might be the case. I know the human body above the shoulders, is very vascular.. which is why we bleed so bad when we cut ourselves shaving. I guess the genital area could also very vascular. The only reason I mentioned it is if you get that stuff in a vein, it's gunna hurt. :)

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Re: Why are some injecting and pulling some blood out?

Postby JimStars » Fri Jan 04, 2019 11:23 pm

I never aspirate, but will usually see a tiny drop of blood backflow anyways when the needle is in the corpus cavernosum.

And as far as hitting a vein or artery (and needle stops inside) .. that sounds just too unlikely. You can likely go THRU an artery or vein and out the other side.

Also, do not dismiss the need to really get plumped up to a good soft-on state so you can easily see what you are doing. Some may have fat pads in the way of seeing/plumping but still try plumping however you can -- even more important if you got a shrinker.

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Re: Why are some injecting and pulling some blood out?

Postby Larry10625 » Sat Jan 05, 2019 6:29 am

JimStars wrote:I never aspirate, but will usually see a tiny drop of blood backflow anyways when the needle is in the corpus cavernosum.

And as far as hitting a vein or artery (and needle stops inside) .. that sounds just too unlikely. You can likely go THRU an artery or vein and out the other side.

Also, do not dismiss the need to really get plumped up to a good soft-on state so you can easily see what you are doing. Some may have fat pads in the way of seeing/plumping but still try plumping however you can -- even more important if you got a shrinker.

J



Aspirating takes 1 second and ensures that the needle is not in a vein or artery. It doesn't matter how unlikely it is, it is still a possibility and considering how quick and easy it is, there is simply no reason to take the risk, no matter how small. Anyone instructing others how to inject should have addressed this :)

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Re: Why are some injecting and pulling some blood out?

Postby Bob1974 » Sat Jan 05, 2019 7:35 am

JimStars wrote:I never aspirate, but will usually see a tiny drop of blood backflow anyways when the needle is in the corpus cavernosum.


Same here... I never aspirate. I use 5/16" long syringes and always feel confident burying it in to the hilt and works for me everytime.
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Re: Why are some injecting and pulling some blood out?

Postby KrunkStick » Tue Jan 29, 2019 11:04 am

I always try and get get a semi chubby before injecting, that way, as soon as I hit the Corpus Cavernosum blood will enter the syringe on it's own, In effect, self aspirating. You aren't really checking for a vein as the spongy tissue of the Cavernosa will be have plenty of blood when erect / semi erect.


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