Where do I shoot? Vein? Muscle? Skin? What's safer?
All three have risks. All three put you at risk for infections like HIV and Hepatitis B and C. Muscling and skin popping are more likely to cause abscesses and skin infections. If treated early, these infections usually clear up in a short period of time. Shooting into a vein is more likely to cause longer-term problems like endocarditis. Shooting into a vein is also more likely to cause an overdose. Abscesses hurt, and they can cause ugly disfigurement, but they're rarely fatal. Endocarditis and overdose, on the other hand, are more likely to result in death.
Chronic Tooth Ache: This type will manifest itself as a low to medium grade throbbing in a particular tooth or area around a tooth. A bubble may be present on the gum tissue under the tooth allowing a drain point for the infection. In this situation, the body's immune system and the fact that the infection is draining, may allow the situation to persist for many months without elevating to an extremely painful state. tooth abscess is dangerous because the patient risks increase damage to the bone surrounding the tooth while avoiding treatment. If the drain becomes blocked, pain may intensify risking swelling, intense pain, spread of infection, chewing impairment and lympth node involvement.
An abscess is a pus-filled sore, usually caused by a bacterial infection. The pus is comprised of both living and dead organisms. It also contains destroyed tissue due to the action of white blood cells that were carried to the area to fight the infection. Abscesses are often found in the soft tissue under the skin such as the armpit or the groin. However, they may develop in any organ, and are commonly found in the breast and gums. Abscesses are far more serious and call for more specific treatment if they are located in deep organs such as the lung, liver, or brain.