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Benotti69 said:tattoos are reported to help disguise needle marks....
other areas are best left to the imagination i imagine..
-wikipediaPlugging, or rectal ingestion, relies on the many veins in the anal passage passing the drug into the blood stream quite rapidly. Some users find that trading off some of the 'rush' for fewer health risks is a good compromise. Shafting usually involves about 1.5 ml of fluid mixed with the drug
Doctors: In a study conducted by Cicala (2003) 8% to 12% of physicians were estimated to develop a substance use problem. Emergency medicine, not surprisingly, and anesthesiology, are usually the highest-risk specialties among doctors. Utilization of opiates and benzodiazepines are danger signs of potential substance abuse among doctors.
A recent study examined the risk of anesthesiologists being exposed to low levels of drugs through patients exhaling them or through the skin. While more studies are being done on this subject, it could be said that just the constant presence of the substances near a person could easily drive them to try it. Many anesthesiologists who are addicts started using drugs when they were under the stress of their residency training period and were not experienced enough with their profession to say “no” to the temptation to try a drug. It’s easy to become addicted to such powerful drugs, and it often doesn’t work to “just try it once”.
Even though the statistics are low- as few as 2% of anesthesiologist residents abuse substances- the drugs that they do use are usually some of the most powerful intravenous drugs around.
Black-Balled said:WHatever did happen to that guy? Seems to have disappeared since the late 90s.
Somebody shoulda told him about microdosing...
samerics said:Simple question. If people are injecting on a regular basis, as with EPO and microdoping, how the hell do they hide the needle marks from the testers? This may have been answered before, but hey, I'm a newbie!
I though IV was banned as a mothod of administration, be it vitamins or otherwise?sonofjive said:I thought about this a while ago, and I think that pros get enough "legal" injections that a few needle marks wouldn't be enough to raise suspicion. They get IV vitamin supplements after every stage, they get blood tested by their team to measure hematocrit and stuff, they get saline drips, etc. I think they can do all of this legally, so there would be no way to tell if the needle mark was a result of doping anyway.
online-rider said:Why when I can say it out loud. For those who don't know it is possible to ingest drugs through the anus : -