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My prefix for gains
My suffix is bled
My infix in veins
My outfix is bed

What am I?

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My guess:

beancod (or mostly bean-cod)

My prefix for gains

beancod; a variety of beans are good for muscle gain

My suffix is bled

beancod; cod is a type of fish and fishes are generally bled before cooking

My infix in veins

beancod; veins carry deoxygenated blood which also contains $CO_2$ back to the heart

My outfix is bed

beancod; bed is its outfix since it is split in two parts 'be' and 'd' around 'anco'

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    $\begingroup$ An obscure word, but you got it! :) $\endgroup$ – Avi Feb 14 at 14:04
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    $\begingroup$ I'm quite surprised this is the answer, the third line especially seems very loose. Was this the intention @Avi ? $\endgroup$ – hexomino Feb 14 at 15:13
  • $\begingroup$ @hexomino Yes - it was a precarious balance between a fairly obscure word, a rhyme, and an outfix $\endgroup$ – Avi Feb 14 at 15:14
  • $\begingroup$ TBH, I'm quite surprised myself @hexomino, it was a wild guess after an hour of searching. $\endgroup$ – Ébe Isaac Feb 14 at 15:15

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