In the context of TRIMIX, we hear about the danger of priapism (prolonged erection) as a side effect. In the context, I have a couple of questions:
1. Have you had a case of priapism, and is that painful?
2. I understand that having SUDAFED helps the priapism go away - any experiences with that? I am told that priapism can be very harmful - and hence this question (I'd rather have Sudafed than go to ER)
3. To prevent priapism is it ok to have a lower dosage of TRIMIX? LIke if the doctor prescribed 0.2 ML, it is ok to administer 0.1 ML? If done, would the medication not work - I mean like a person does not get an erection?
In all my years here and on the old site which preceded this one I can recall only one case of priapism and my memory of that involves some special circumstances. I may have missed some but since they aren't reported I presume they are rare. If you follow your doctor's directions you shouldn't have a problem. And yes, my PA suggested the Sudafed as a first aid measure that usually works.
From what I was told and what I've seen here, the first dose you get is based on your doctor's best guess about what will work for you. In many cases the dose will be adjusted up or down depending on your results. In some cases the doctor will start you low and suggest increasing the dose slowly until the results are satisfactory. That happened for me. He also set an upper limit and said "if you want to go beyond that we need to talk first." So, do what the doctor orders. If your report back and establish respect between you and the doc you'll probably be given guidance on adjusting your own dosage.
Thank you so much for that detailed response. Strange as it might seem, I filled a prescription for Trimix, but soon after the Covid thing hit the world like a runaway train. I haven't had the chance to meet my doctor. Besides, the wife is away, so there has been no motivation to see the doctor. I asked the question in the context of some very unsavory priapism stories I heard about Trimix.
What I was told was that nurse would administer Trimix, and I would be at the doctor's office for up to 2 hours, in the event of priapism. I am told that with Trimix, the erection lasts until the drug wears off - unlike a natural erection where the penis goes soft after ejaculation.
Doing the first injection at the doctor's office is usual. Typically with the help of a nurse or physician's assistant. Think about who would post those stories and why. Storytelling and storytellers have a history for embellishment and stretching. People who have real problems rarely tell - or do so in more helpful and cautionary ways.
You are absolutely right about this. I guess it takes a bit of practice to get to the right dose? So to my other question, if the doctor recommends 0.2 cc, and one ends up injecting 0.1 cc, is it possible he does not get a proper erection?
No harm in starting small. Finding the effective dose is probably more an art than a science. I would suggest that you make sure that you are not dehydrated at the time. I'm assuming that you would want to self administer at home after you've learned how to do the injection at the doctor's office.
Thanks very much. The first time, it might be a bit scary I guess!
The thought of sticking a needle there is a little scary but once the doc gives you your first you see it is hardly noticeable seriously! It works great but the key is don’t get a hurry to find the best dose. Good doctors always error on the conservative side. So your first is his educated guess. So the horror stories you hear are typically people raising dosage to much to quickly! Hypothetically let’s your doctor starts at 5 units and it’s okay but not great. Mathematically if you go up one full unit to six units, it doesn’t sound like a lot but mathematically it’s a twenty percent increase in medication. It took me a month to six weeks moving up in partial units to find the magic number and it is different every one! Impatient people can hurt themselves, take your time, it works great and well worth the effort! With an implant it takes six weeks to recover from surgery! Pick your poison! Good luck
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