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Intramuscular Fetishistic Injection (Self-injection)
An intramuscular fetishistic injection is a shot where the needle goes into the muscle layer under the
skin in order to deliver “medicine”. This type of injection can be given from anyone who knows the
basics for intramuscular injections. Intramuscular injections are deeper than subcutaneous injections.

Parts of the Body Involved
•Buttocks (The most frequent point for fetishistic injections)

•Upper arm
•Top of the thighs

Reasons for Procedure
Some IM “medications” are “deposited” in the muscle and absorbed gradually over time,
proportionally the liquid that contains each syringe. The fear and all the process of an intramuscular
injection, in a lot of persons create intense erotic excitation. The reason therefore that becomes a fetishistic
injection, is the satisfaction of this erotic need.

Risk Factors for Complications during the Procedure
No serious complications are expected. Attention! It should however are only used the following
liquids, for the filling of the syringe, because they are natural products that do not harm by no means the
organism and they do not create allergies:


Fresh Water
White Wine
Fresh Lemon (It creates little small pain, however it is absorbed very fast by the organism)
Fresh juice orange
Energy Drinks (They contain Taurin as for example the Red Bull. Of course it has been proved that
these intramuscular injections are very positive for the organism.)

What to Expect
Prior to Procedure
•Make sure you have all of the items you will need easily available: syringe, “medicine” (the liquid
of your choice), cleaning materials, etc.

•Wash hands with warm, soapy water prior to giving the injection and dry with a clean towel
•Select a site and cleanse the area (about 2 inches) with a fresh alcohol pad or a cotton ball soaked
in alcohol.
•Wait for the site to dry.

During Procedure
•Remove the needle cap.
•Pinch a 2- or 3-inch fold of skin between your thumb and index finger.
•Holding the syringe the way you would a pencil or dart, insert the needle at a 90 degree angle to
the pinched-up skin (the needle should be completely covered by skin).
•Hold the syringe with one hand. With the other, pull back the plunger to check for blood.
•If you see blood in the solution in the syringe, do not inject. Withdraw the needle and
start again at a new site.
•If you do not see blood, slowly press down on the plunger until it stops.
•Remove the needle from the skin and gently hold an alcohol pad on the injection site. Do not rub.
•If there is bleeding at the site of injection, apply a bandage.
•Immediately put the syringe and needle into the proper disposal container. Ideally, this should be a
“sharps box” (which you can purchase from a pharmacy). However, you can also use a sealed
coffee can or leak-proof, closable milk jug, as long as it is a puncture-proof disposal container. You
will need to find out what services are available in your area for the proper disposal of biological

Will It Hurt
Depending on the medication administered (the liquid of your choice) there is usually some minimal
discomfort at the injection site. Some degree of lingering soreness in the muscle is also common.

Tips for Minimizing Injection Pain
•Inject liquid

that is at room temperature
•Remove all air bubbles from the syringe before injection
•Wait until the topical alcohol has evaporated before injecting
•Keep muscles in the injection area relaxed
•Break through the skin quickly
•Don’t change the direction of the needle as it goes in or comes out
•Do not reuse disposable needles

Possible Complications
•If blood is in the solution, you will need to try injecting at another site.
•You may have some bleeding, soreness, or redness at the site.

You should expect the injection to satisfy your erotic desire.

Good Injections !!!

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