so I’ve heard about tren cough for a while now and from reading other people’s comments and descriptions of how it affects them. I’ve noticed there’s never much more info than...... I stuck myself, hit a blood vessel, coughed my lungs out for what felt like 10 minutes. Some people go as far as puking or panicking and call 911. If anyone else felt like me I was freaked out by tren because of these stories but I decided to try tren ace test e and Tren E cycle. I’m pinning every second day and for about 10 injections it’s going smooth no cough no nothing negative at all. I pin upper quads by the way. So I get up that faithfull morning and it’s one of the days where I call it a bad pin day everything is going rough as opposed to the usual smoothness. I go to dart the needle into the skin and hesitate and do just enough to break the skin and draw blood followed by that stinging burning sensation. I tell myself man up and stab the basturd and try to just get it over with. At this point I no longer feel pain but you know when the hand holding the syringe can feel the texture of the needle penetrating the meat and veins under the skin, like u know your through a vein for sure. At this point I know I’m fucked because either I’m about to experience tren cough 100% guaranteed or the stuff I’m using is not tren. As I push the oil in I get about half way and I can smell this chemical smell almost like nail polish or something similar to the strength of the alcohol swab but u know it’s not that at all. I realized it’s coming from my breath...... so I quickly pinned the rest and prepared myself. Future advice, short rapid breaths or the way to go until you expel that chemical from the lungs. Deep breathing will start the coughing but not as severe as mentioned in other places. I’d say the entire event lasts about 5 minutes total and it definitely does suck but after coughing if you breath short breaths you can stop and and complain about how shitty or weird it is. One thing I will say is that it’s almost instant how fast it goes from blood to lungs. My advice would be find a comfortable spot and put on something your interested in to watch and distract your self until it’s over.