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I would to some extend. PIP from the gear comes from the oil(s) being absorbed by the muscle at a faster rate than the hormone is being absorbed, leaving behind the crystals that grind and tear against your muscle, which causes discomfort; this is also known as PIP. Now, the best brands of AAS use oils and solvents which take longer to absorb , in relation to the hormone, so that there is minimal discomfort - and the table below illustrates this point, through analysing how long particular oils take to disperse through intramuscular tissue.