How to stop Testosterone from coming back up the injection hole

We've all been there. Right after a shot, everything went smoothly, but for some reason when you took the needle out of your muscle it followed it back up and came out a little. - Joshua Austin

We’ve all been there. Right after a shot, everything went smoothly, but for some reason when you took the needle out of your muscle it followed it back up and came out a little.

Which is when you panic and grab and napkin and apply pressure. Many of us have even thought we could rub in the escaped liquid into our skin to make up for it.

The truth is, that small amount, on the grander scale, will not cause you to transition any slower, reverse any effects, or hurt you in anyway. To alleviate the annoyance and the fear of it eventually equalling enough testosterone leakage to actually matter… Let’s talk about Z-Tracking.

To use Z tracking, pull your skin and underlying tissue/muscle to one side before injecting. Then release after you’ve delivered the goods. This method, allows for the hole created by the needle to close and cause the testosterone to be trapped and unable to resurface through the hole.