Please don't be alarmed by the words that I write -
It is known that injected medications can cause a condition called sterile abscess. This is where the medication is not absorbed from the tissue but stays in the tissue and forms a pocket of medication. There are no bacteris like most abscesses, just a pocket of medication.
Where are you injecting? the thigh? If you are thin, there is less area for repeated injections. That can also cause tissue irritation. If you are injecting into the thigh, rotate between the thigh and the abdomen, using all the sectors on the abdomen before returning to the thigh.
You should also get someone to check out the situation to make sure there is nothing else going on with the tissue. Let us know what you find out.
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