Hey guys, I have a really hard time hitting my veins as it is... even doctors have a hard time hitting them. As you all know (if you've done coke), trying to inject cocaine only makes it harder, especially trying to double-pump to make sure I'm still in the vein. I hadn't done any blow in like 15 months, but recently I got like a quarter of some fire shit and did it all night with some friends. I tried only once to IV and failed, but I was feeling good so it didn't matter. I was helping my friend shoot up for the first time, and I thought to myself, it would be so much easier if I used less water. If I had to inject less fluid, and I could use a .3cc syringe instead of a 1cc syringe, it would be easier to handle and I wouldn't have as much of a problem. One of my biggest problems is that all the 'normal' veins in my left arm have collapsed and re-routed, and mine are so deep, I can't find many of them, so I have to shoot with my left hand into my right arm for the most part (and I'm right handed... making it doubly hard).
Just wondering if it's a good idea to use less water, like .25cc, or if that becomes dangerous because of how concentrated the coke becomes? I've had my fair share of chest pains and other problems... the last time I 'really' did coke was when I got a half ounce and I was shooting it and snorting it for a few days, and I had slight chest pains whenever I had even a tiny bit of anxiety the next several weeks. I didn't experience any pain this last time.
Also, any tips on finding veins, or good places to IV would be much appreciated!