Trimix vs bimix

My doctor prescribed trimix and I have used it a few times, but it hasn't been a great experience. Besides having issues getting the dosage right, I have found the erections to be somewhat painful.

I was talking to another person who has used trimix and also had issues with it. He now uses bimix and likes it much better. Anyone else with thoughts on bimix vs. trimix?

Dave in Austin

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  • I have tried bimix and my dick got so hard I felt like I could have penetrated steel. The bad thing, it was so hard it hurt terribly. It stayed hard for three hours, aching terribly. I had to put an ice pack on it to get the relief I needed.

    I was able to have sex with my wife, though, and have an orgasm, but it was painful. She thought I had a metal rod inside her, but she enjoyed it and had a great orgasm. Haven't tried anything again in about two years, since the "wonder" pills Have never worked for me.

    I get erections every night, just can't get one when I want it. My urologist wants me to have an implant, but can't find men to give me pros and cons. I also know that I would never be able to have a natural erection again, which feels so good at night when I wake up with one. Trying to decide on that one. Tough decision.

  • If you get erections every night, I don't understand why you would want an implant. The fact that you do get erections indicates that your erectile nerves are intact and functioning and that the physical responses in your dick (blood flow in and veinous restriction out) are working as they should.

    At the recent PCRI Conference in Los Angeles, Dr. John Mulhall from Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in NYC spoke about causes and treatments for ED. He specializes in ED issues and said many cases have a psychological cause, not a physical one. Dr. Mulhall suggests at least exploring that aspect with a sexual medicine specialist before undergoing anything surgical.


  • Thanks, Ken. My dick does get hard, but the minute I wake up it starts to get soft again. It has responded to some stimulation by my wife and me, but nothing hard enough for penetration.

    You may be right. Maybe I do have a psychological problem. I was always able, before surgery, to get hard and have sex any time we tried, but it has been a frustrating 11years. We even had great sex the night before my prostatectomy. My urologist has never suggested a sexual medicine specialist. I'll have to see if there is one here on the east coast I can see.

    Thanks, again!


  • Sam,

    You might want to check the Sloan Kettering website for more information, and maybe even call them to see if they can help you locate a specialist in your area.


  • Would you recommend Dr. Mulhall? He is a sexual medicine specialist in NYC?

  • I see there is a lot of information about Dr. Mulhall on the web including a number of You Tube videos.

  • I had same issue with trimix at first. I had lowered my dose to .05ml. Which is very small but did the job and no pain. When I moved, the new doc insisted on just alprostadil which worked very little but changed doc again and got the trimix back but no longer works. We think it is from other medical issues. Headed in to have the prosthetic done late November or in December. Merry Christmas to my wife. Lol

  • Bill, My urologist suggested a lower dose with the same results. My dick just can't handle the stuff. It got so hard it hurt for three hours regardless of the dose.

    Thanks for your reply!


  • Have you tried bimix or alprostadil? Alprostadil is basically Caverject and Edex but compounded by a compounding pharmacy and is just on ingredient instead of three or two.

  • I haven't yet. I have an appt. with my Urologist in a couple of weeks. I will bring it up with him as well, but wanted to hear about other people's experience first.

  • I tried Tri-mix, which worked well. However, I have essential tremors and using a needle was a challenge.