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What is proper size of the needle used for steroids?

What is proper size of the needle used for steroids?

There are different kinds of syringes and needles depending on what type of steroid you are using. Some are better than others for different types of injections. In this guide, we will teach you how to choose the right syringe and needle for your needs and how to select the correct muscle for intramuscular injections as well as what needles to use for subcutaneous injections. 

Different kinds of steroids injections

Needles for steroids depending on injections types

First off, the syringe and needle you will need depend on the steroid you will inject, your dosage, and how you will inject (into which muscle group). There are three types of injections: intramuscular (IM), subcutaneous (SC), and intravenous (IV).

Intramuscular Injections

Intramuscular injections are the most common type of injection to administer steroids. For IM injections, you will need a syringe with a long, thin needle. The needle should be at least 1-1.5 inches long. This type of injection is best for steroids that are dissolved in oil or water, such as Depo-Testosterone and Winstrol Depot. Based on the feedback from our customers, the easiest steroid for sale in our store to inject intramuscularly for beginners is Testobolin (Testosterone Enanthate) from Alpha Pharma Healthcare.

Subcutaneous Injections

Subcutaneous, or “Sub-Q”, injections are when you inject the substance under the skin. This is usually done with a small and short insulin needle that is no more than 6-8mm long. The dose for SC injections typically does not exceed 1ml. This type of injection is best used for certain peptides and hormones for sale in our store. This includes growth hormone, hCG and Insulin like Soma-Max and Gona-Max  from Maxtreme Pharma or Human Insulin by Novo Nordisk Labs. Injections of these substances should be done by experienced steroid users only.

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Intravenous Injections

Intravenous injections are when you inject the steroid into a vein. For this type of injection, you will need a syringe with an even smaller needle, typically 0.25 inches long or less. This type of injections is usually medically based and should not be taken by users without the supervision of a doctor. No anabolic user should be administering these types of injections.

These kinds of injections are not for beginners or sport purposes. They should only be done by those who have been medically trained and know what they are doing. It is best to consult a physician before attempting any type of injection, as the drugs that are injected using this type, are for patients needing severe and rapid medications, not for sporting or enhancement purposes.

Most popular types of needles

For intramuscular injections, choose a 1 inch, 23- to 26-gauge needle. These needles are relatively thick and short but still sharp enough to pierce through the skin well. They are also usually hollow-pointed to allow for the steroid solution to pass through more easily. Please note, if injecting into a smaller muscle such as the middle deltoid (shoulder) a 1” needle will be more than enough. Longer needles are used for such muscle as the glutes, as they are a bigger muscle.

For subcutaneous injections, choose a 0.5-1ml syringe with a 28- to 31-gauge needle. These needles are relatively short, so they won’t provide as much discomfort for the user. This area under the skin also has a high flow rate so the solution is quickly absorbed by the body.

For intravenous injections, the doctor or medical provider will provide the accurate size when administering the medications. Intravenous injections require small but thick needles that can easily pierce through veins with ease.

Steroids Syringe Sizes

Syringe Sizes

Once you know what type of injection you will be doing and what size needle you will need, it’s time to pick out a syringe in the corresponding size range. The common syringe sizes are listed below.

1 mL syringes: 27-gauge to 23-gauge needles, 1 – 1 ¼ inch length

3 mL syringes: 23-gauge needles, 1 ¼ – 1 ½ inch length

10 mL syringes: 23+ gauge needles, 7 or 8 inch length

But this is fairly irrelevant to steroid users, as the rule of thumb is that if you are injecting into small muscle like the side delt, no more than 1ml should be injected unless the user has big shoulders, for the legs 2-3ml can be taken more easily for more users and the glutes are used for heavier doses such as 3-5ml (or 2-3ml for beginners). A blue 23g should be the average needle size for IM injections.

Injecting steroids can be really tricky which is why you should always ensure that you are using clean and sterile unused equipment. Using the wrong type of syringe and needle can lead to problems such as messy shots, wasted product, infections, etc., so always be careful when you are doing your injections.

Needles for steroids come in various gauges which refer to their thickness while syringes for steroids also have different sizes depending on how much of the solutions they can hold at once (1,2,3,5 or 10ml). Knowing all of these details is extremely important since it will help you choose the right combination that will work best for you. But for beginner steroid injections, using 1-3ml syringes with a blue 27g needle will be most suitable. Remember to use one needle to draw the solution, then change the needle (as it will blunt once it pierces the rubber top) and use the fresh needle to then inject the muscle. This does not apply to sub-q injections as with insulin pins, the syringe and needle are usually fixed.

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Conclusion and summary

When buying injectable steroids, you should also keep in mind that you will also need to buy syringes and needles. Different amounts of steroids (if mixed – 1ml vs 3ml), will require different gauges and sizes of needles and syringes, so it is important to be aware of what you are taking and what is the best way to inject it. Always consult with an experienced user or a steroid specialist to get the most accurate information on what you need before injecting on your own.

Luckily, within our US pharmaceutical store, we have an expert team at hand to help you along the way when choosing your syringe and needle sizes. They can also help you to select the correct cycles and steroid use for you, your body type, and your desired outcomes. You can even find out about the most popular steroids in Hollywood, so if your aim is to look like The Rock, our team will help you strive for your dream body.

We stock only original and genuine medical grade substances sourced directly from the main pharmaceutical manufacturers. You can find various substances in injection form such as Injectable Steroids and Growth Hormones including the ones we have listed above. We also sell orally taken substances that do not require injections such as Oral Steroids like an Anavar, Dianabol or Halotestin steroid. You can find Sexual Health Aids like Sildenafil and Avanafil for maintaining sexual function during your cycle. We also have various PCT Products available to use such as Clomiphene Citrate and Tamoxifen Citrate in bodybuilding after a cycle.

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5 Comments on What is proper size of the needle used for steroids?

I’ve been using 1.5 inches needle for steroids for about a year now and I have to say, the size is perfect to use with a syringe. I am doing intramuscular injection now with Winstrol Depot and it works like a charm.

I am a bodybuilder and I have been using various length of needle for steroid for years now. I am always doing intramuscular injections and always used short needles. About a month ago, my gym had a new trainer and he wanted to use long needles for his first time. I said “I don’t know if that’s wise” but he insisted and the needle came in at about 23 gauge (1.5 inch) length. I was stunned when it went smoothly into my muscle and helped him get into the tissue.

I just buy syringes without a needle. I get the insulin needles separately. When testing with my triglyceride-based method, it’s easy to do subcutaneous injections of 1 ml of solution through the 30G needle in about 10 seconds. I’ve been doing this in my cycle and it’s really helped me bulk up quickly and stay healthy.

I’ve been a competitive body builder for the past 10 years and have tried all kinds of injection techniques. I’ve found using half inch 26 gauge syringes size work for me. Doesn’t take too long for intramuscular injections to draw from the vial and pretty easy to pin into either the delts or pecs with no problems.

I have been doing Subcutaneous injections of hormones for three months now and I can’t believe how much better my life has become. I am using a short insulin needle for steroid, around 7mm long and I am injecting it at a 90 degree angle into the top of my thigh, just above the knee with a small, thin cotton wool. The results come within a few weeks of usage and are totally worth the investment.