Anabolic steroids are typically injected into the muscle, although they can also be taken orally or applied topically. The most common injection sites for anabolic steroids include the thigh, upper arm, buttock, and deltoid (shoulder) muscle.
It is important to follow the instructions provided by the manufacturer or your healthcare provider when injecting steroids. This includes ensuring that the injection site is clean, using a new and sterile needle, and rotating the injection site to reduce the risk of infection or tissue damage.
It’s also worth mentioning that self-injection of anabolic steroids can be dangerous and is not recommended, as it increases the risk of complications such as abscesses, cellulitis, and other skin infections. If you are considering using anabolic steroids, it is important to consult a healthcare professional to discuss the potential risks and benefits.