I've been doing my shots daily throughout this pregnancy and the burning is often worse than others, but I never paid it much attention. The other day, while I was icing, I was inspecting the syringe and noticed an air bubble, which I hadn't noticed before. Looking at the others in the box they all have it. So, for the last few days I've been priming the syringe and removing the bubble (usually at the tip so no medication is lost). I was never told to do this, but it really helps with the burning. Although, it does make the plunging a little more difficult, somehow there's more resistance - the only thing I can think is a little far fetched and that is that the air makes room for the liquid under the skin.
Has anyone else come up against this bubble? Have you been instructed to remove it/or not? Thanks!!