I'm not certain how someone could miss a muscle if it's being injected for you.
If you're injecting yourself, how do you not know where your usual muscle is?
Just thinking logically about this, the injection into the muscle allows for dispersion and application with normal movement. If you miss the muscle, where would you think this has gone? Into the bloodstream? That might make for a higher inital dose, but your goal is for the higher level of free testosterone, so I don't see that it would necessarily be a problem. Where else could you shoot it? Bone? no. gland? not a good idea. fat cells? again, the body will process it.
You may want to speak with your doctor or nurse about this. There's just too much I don't understand about your condition. Good luck.
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