This is a post from "Frank Talk" that got me thinking...."Another tip for being sure you've hit the sweet spot is to see if you can draw blood back into the syringe, it's obvious if you can and confirms you're in the right place, if you can't, withdraw the syringe a little or push it in a little further, if that fails try another spot.
Also as others have said, if you meet noticeable resistance when injecting you're almost certainly injecting into the tissues instead of the corpus cavernosa which may or may not work.
Personally I can always tell if I'm in the right spot because that slight sting of the needle going through tissue disappears completely when the needle enters the corpus cavernosa!
Wow !!! the light just turned on for me !!!!
I have often wondered why I have various results injecting trimix.....Sometimes it works well and sometimes not....
Last night, I injected....saw a little blood in the syringe and WOW !! I wore-out my Honey !!! other times...I get started and it does not last very long. Seems that I have not been getting deep enough and missing where the trimix needs to go, into the corpus cavernosa!
From now on.....push the needle in harder....watch for a little blood in the syringe....push the plunger (should push easy) and away I go...
Always something to learn
Happy Holidays !!!