Accidental IV injection is real: Ever heard of "Tren Cough"? Bodybuilders regularly suffer this adverse event after steroid injections
IM Injection Safety Myth - "Tren Cough" is the proof that injecting in the muscle without aspirating carries significant risk of hitting a blood vessel with devastating consequences: a 5% chance!
For almost a year, I have been adamantly stating vaccine injuries are tied to accidental intravenous injections. “Tren cough” is the evidence I have been looking for. It proves that accidental intravenous injection are a significant reality, a reality that isn’t minute contrary to what the medical community thinks. This widely-known evidence ascertains further the Bolus theory that I have developed throughout my articles these past few months.
A big thanks to Eric for reaching out, and making me aware of “Tren cough”.
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The more I age, the more I look forward to open debates and diversity of perspectives. It sounds like an overused narrative, but there’s nothing better than a good old fashion discussion to connect the dots. Here’s my story:
Last Wednesday, I had scheduled a Zoom call with one of my readers, Eric, who wanted me to write a piece on Autophagy. As often in a friendly open conversation we ended somewhere else altogether. Eric is a fitness entrepreneur in New York, a former bodybuilder and actor. Evidently, he comes with a rich and diverse experience I have no idea about … The Internet can’t really solve that gap. Only a human interaction can.
Eric is smart and has an inquisitive mind. So here we were chatting away on a variety of COVID topics, on his wife’s possible mask-induced pneumonia, on mucosal immunity … when we finally came to our defining moment around my “Bolus” theory. Eric interjected with a lot of confidence:
- “Of course, intravenous injections are common when you inject in the muscle! Do you know of “Tren cough”?
Not being into bodybuilding at all, I must admit I had no idea what he was talking about. Eric went on to explain that professional bodybuilders regularly inject themselves with a steroid called Trenbolone (Tren). The injection is intramuscular in the quadriceps, the deltoid or the glutes1 muscles. Apparently immediately after a Tren injection, it is not uncommon for inexperienced bodybuilders to get Tren cough. Tren Cough is a dry cough that is typically experienced immediately after the steroid jab. It sometimes can be quite scary as breathing becomes very difficult.
Here is a vivid description of the experience I found on the Internet:
“(I) Finished the shot, got my pants up, tasted the tren in my mouth and a cough started. Then my chest locked up. I couldn't breathe except to cough. I fell to the floor, was bucking as my whole body was dealing with what fell like my lungs had collapsed and my body was on a permanent coughing fit. I groaned out to my girlfriend who eventually came. I was unable to breathe a real breath for the entire episode which lasted what felt like an hour but was really about 2.5-3 mins. Still too long to not be able to breathe. She almost called 911 I was sweating buckets, tears running down my face. Eventually it all passed.”
Given these jabs are self-injected and their effects are instantaneous, there was never any doubt to the bodybuilding community as to the direct causality: an accidental direct injection into a blood vessel. As these injection are quite regular2, experienced bodybuilders have come to understand that occasionally the product is delivered directly into a small vein, and the products ends up in a concentrated form in the lungs where its vasoconstrictive effects causes these symptoms.
Experienced bodybuilders know they should aspirate to check for blood, the sign they’ve hit a vessel, and should pull out to avoid “Tren cough”. Researchers have documented accidents as you can see below.
This is very much aligned with the description that many vaccine injured have testified about: a taste in the mouth immediately after the shot, which can only mean the product was injected into the blood. The taste might be different, “spicy” for the Tren, “metal-like” for the vaccines, but it is the evidence that in both cases the product was directly delivered inside a blood vessel, however small it might be.
How Frequent is “Tren cough”?
In other words: How frequent are accidental intravenous injections?
Despite the evidence, many friends, readers and Team Reality members have been confidently discounting the possibility of inadvertent intravenous injections. Most simply stating they had been injecting for decades and had never hit a vein (not sure how they’d know?), throwing numbers like 1 in 10,000. Others probably wishing for a more intricate microbiological mechanism of harm, imagine a root cause more worthy of their qualifications. A stupid intravenous injection takes away all the intellectual fun, I get that. But safety and science should probably come first…
In my eyes, the physiology of the muscle makes it a mathematical certainty that blindly inserting a needle carries a significant risk of hitting a blood vessel. Cells after all need blood to survive. And the frustrating argument of authority “Have you ever injected a vaccine in a muscle, Marc?” - that I have been told so many times to respectfully shut me up - doesn’t change that fact.
Like urban areas, muscles need to dedicate a significant amount of their volume to their supply chain, there’s no escaping that logic. A study in the US highlighted that roads take up 18% of urban areas. That translates roughly to 7% in a 3D setting, a ratio of 1 to14. Nature is more optimised than our cities will ever be, but still not by a factor of 10, possibly 25-50%. So the odds I have been told of 1 to 10,000, or even 1 to 2,000, have to be widely exaggerated. Reality is probably more in the region of 1 in 20-30.
An Italian study for another less aggressive steroid found 2%. That’s 1 in 50 with aspiration and a product less detectable. So it’s reasonable to think that the probability is higher when one doesn’t aspire. Pr. Høiby suggested the aspiration technique reduces misplaced needles 60%.
This suggests accidental intravenous injection happens in 5% of cases when not aspirating! 1 chance out of 20…
On those grounds, people who are taking their 4th injection have a 20% chance of being harmed by the vaccine. One wonders why so many authorities have decided against following the lead of Denmark and Hong Kong. More importantly when designing the injection protocols why weren’t they aware of the best-in-class protocol designed by bodybuilders? 😏
Doctors and WHO can learn a lot from Bodybuilders
It’s fascinating to witness the difference in reaction between:
a skin-in-the-game community with high stakes involving “their own lives”: the bodybuilders, on one side; and
a compliant and oblivious community whose lives are not impacted by the shot: the medical community.
In other words, if doctors and nurses self-injected and had experienced “Tren cough”, they’d likely have adopted similar protocols to the ones designed by the bodybuilding community, and would have avoided most of the dramatic adverse effects these past 19 months.
Here are a few recommendations I have collected for your doctor, or for the WHO:
Use a different needle to inject the liquid than the one used to draw it from the vial. They are of different length apparently. Frankly, not sure how that can play a role, one way or the other. It simply makes sense in terms of purpose of the needle, but without further analysis, it could go both ways.
Insert the needle slowly to potentially push aside vessel instead of piercing through them. We’ve been seeing the opposite, rapid needle insertion, just about everywhere, just to avoid pain. Not very smart.
Dilute further the product: This is an excellent idea: The more diluted, the safer. Say you dilute the vaccine in twice the volume of saline, then the transfection3 potential would be reduced by roughly 40%.
Aspire to test for blood (surprise, they also aspirate!): pull out if positive to avoid injecting directly into the bloodstream. I think I have beat that one to death already. We know Denmark, Hong Kong and Germany ended up reinstating the “aspiration technique”… Still wonder what the WHO is doing frankly?! Very indicative that the purpose of their leadership isn’t about safety to say the least. Else they would have looked at Germany, and followed suite, even if late in the game.
Inject the product very slowly - in other words, “Avoid a bolus! ”: Typically, IV injected drugs are injected over one minute. Can you imagine the difference…
In other words, bodybuilders have come up with 4 different mitigation techniques, where WHO and the medical community have zero ! …
We need to flatten a curve: the Bolus curve!
Avoid accidental intravenous insertions.
Avoid rapidly pushing on the seringue plunger.
It is frightening to realise how opposed the WHO injection protocol is to the bodybuilders’ evidence-based protocol. As if a protocol to inject the entire humanity had been designed by inexperienced professionals, entirely retrenched from reality…
In conclusion, all the building blocks of my theory are now proven to be real and certain.
Accidental intravenous injections are a physiological and mathematical certainty when injecting massively the population intramuscularly and not putting in place mitigation measures.
Bolus creation and concentrated transfection is pharmaco-dynamic certainty: Instantaneous push on the plunger inevitably creates a Bolus when injected in the blood as proven by many studies and highlighted by multiple IV delivered drugs protocols.
The Endothelium as the main transfected area is a physical certainty: Transfection being more complex than people think, only where the pressure or/and the topology is favorable (capillaries) will transfection occur. The circulatory system is the only location whereby the conditions are conducive to effective transfection.
Transfected cells destruction is also an immunological certainty: Be it via Natural Killers cells, or T-cells, multiple studies have demonstrated the immune system predictably is doing its job of scuttling any apparently compromised cells.
When the endothelium is damaged, coagulants are a biological certainty: If thousands of adjacent endothelial cells are destroyed simultaneously in the aorta or in arteries, coagulants trying to clog the hole and stop the bleeding will be carried downstream by the flow, and will clog capillaries and veins downstream. That’s inevitable. Strokes, thrombosis, purpura, necrosis, organ failure will entail.
In less severe cases, increased permeability of blood-tissue endothelial barriers is evolutionary certainty, be it transient or permanent: Evolution has granted us unique healing capabilities, but the loss of massive cellular areas often comes with a loss of function. The homeostasis is disrupted beyond perfect repair. For example, when skin is burnt, it can heal but will lose flexibility, capacity to sweat, etc…the same is bound to happen when our immune cells ravage through our endothelial walls.
This is all perfectly consistent with the wide variety adverse effects witnessed throughout the world. It is also congruent with past massive vaccination campaigns that were stopped early. But more importantly it is also in line with less visible damage being done by other transfecting vaccines (read all attenuated virus vaccines, notable MMR).
There is no doubt in my mind that over-centralisation of Public Health is a recipe for disaster. Technocratic doctors, retrenched away from the field, hidden from the realities of this world in Geneva, deciding for the world could only lead - and has led -to many disasters already.
May be a few bodybuilders can go a teach these guys how to properly inject? …
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i.e. in the buttocks
Every day for Trenbolone acetate, every week for Trenbolone enanthate
Transfection is the process by which foreign material in inserted into a cell, notably an antigen, DNA or mRNA.