video of self injection of trimix

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Nickanick
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   Posted 6/4/2012 9:38 PM (GMT -7)   
I have moved ahead to trying the injections for ED but not 100% sure on the procedure.I thought I heard of a video of someone self injecting themselves either on here or Frank talk.Does anyone know of a link to one? Have had the med for about 3 weeks now and mustering up the guts to try tomorrow night hopefully.I just hope it's not another road block but trying to remain positive I can do this. yeah

KJ63
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   Posted 6/4/2012 9:55 PM (GMT -7)   
Nickanick,

I am so excited for you and your dear wife.

Good luck, keeping my fingers crossed!!...HWHLO!!!

Kathy
Husband...age 69..70/July
Diagnosed PC 12/09 DRE, PSA unreliable (1.7)
Lpros-poorly differentiated Prostatic Adenocarcinoma GS 5+5=10 (#1,2,5,6,9,10)
Rpros-same as above GS 5+5=10 (#3,4,8,11)
Radiation and Brachytherapy HT ED continues

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Neoman
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   Posted 6/5/2012 5:46 AM (GMT -7)   
I posted a link last week, I'll try to find the post and re-paste it..

NEO
Bladder Cancer fall 2008, age 53
MVAC Chemo fall 2008 to Jan 2009.
RC of Bladder/Prostate Feb 2009
Stage 2 high grade bladder cancer
also detected after RC surgery, Tc2 high grade Prostate cancer, Gleason 7(3+4)
Had AMS 800 implanted July 2009 but surgeon nicked uretha and the cuff had to come out. Then developed infection and they took it all out. Reimplanted Oct. 12 2010 after fistula/infection

Neoman
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   Posted 6/5/2012 5:49 AM (GMT -7)   
Here it is,, the blog is "should I get the implant" on the next page I think..

http://www.franktalk.org/injections

NEO
Bladder Cancer fall 2008, age 53
MVAC Chemo fall 2008 to Jan 2009.
RC of Bladder/Prostate Feb 2009
Stage 2 high grade bladder cancer
also detected after RC surgery, Tc2 high grade Prostate cancer, Gleason 7(3+4)
Had AMS 800 implanted July 2009 but surgeon nicked uretha and the cuff had to come out. Then developed infection and they took it all out. Reimplanted Oct. 12 2010 after fistula/infection

shipper12
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   Posted 6/5/2012 8:57 AM (GMT -7)   
Hee is a very good video that shows step by step how to inject Trimix
 

Nickanick
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   Posted 6/5/2012 9:43 AM (GMT -7)   
Thank you Kathy and I'm also excited just not in the way I wish I was...
I will check out the video -my wife has seen it and it is very straight forward so here goes ...nothing or should I say ...everything? yeah

trimix
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   Posted 6/5/2012 9:51 AM (GMT -7)   
It's really a piece of cake after the first time, take it slow and you will be surprised at what it will do for you and your wife, congratulations on moving forward.

You will never look back and wonder why you didn't get started sooner.

Let us know how it goes.

Cheers,

Curt smilewinkgrin
PSA: 5/05-2.008, 12/08-2.87, 2/11-4.357
3/11- 12 needle biopsy, 1 core positive GS 3+3
5/3/11- RP performed, tumor volume 1cc, pT2c all margins and lymph nodes negative
PSA: 8/1/11-.06, 10/26/11-.16, 10/31/11-.17, 10/31/11-.19
11/24/11- Started for 22 days
PSA: 12/16/11- .154 Stopped Avodart
12/22/11 Started Trimix
PSA: 3/12/12- .157
Age 60

Nickanick
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   Posted 6/5/2012 7:08 PM (GMT -7)   
OK well not a good first time-it took some mustering to get enough courage.I told my wife I could inject anyone but myself.Then she coaxed me and said I was a strong person and had accomplished so many other things that were so much worse so I finally injected.After 20 minutes I realized the dosage was not right-very little firmness.So back to my urologist for another dosage.Going to go have beer now-this sucks.Thank you all for encouragement it really means a lot.

zampilot
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   Posted 6/5/2012 7:14 PM (GMT -7)   
You're looking for the courage to do it....so was I...the result told me "why did I wait?".....go for it and go for it again, well worth the act in itself.......
Apparently peace, that glorious moment, was when everyone was standing around reloading.

KJ63
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   Posted 6/5/2012 7:24 PM (GMT -7)   
Oh, but you are gonna get there....I just know it!!!
K.
Husband...age 69..70/July
Diagnosed PC 12/09 DRE, PSA unreliable (1.7)
Lpros-poorly differentiated Prostatic Adenocarcinoma GS 5+5=10 (#1,2,5,6,9,10)
Rpros-same as above GS 5+5=10 (#3,4,8,11)
Radiation and Brachytherapy HT ED continues

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   Posted 6/5/2012 8:21 PM (GMT -7)   
Regardless of what people tell you, move very slowly with increased doses, lest you go from nothing to ER victim. I did .10, which was so-so, .11 which was almost ok for about 45 minutes, and .13, which had me on the road to the ER at 4 hours+. The doc had said it was ok to do .10, .15, then .20. I can't imagine what would have happened at .20.
 
I see two factors there - one is quantity, the other is stress/anxiety from the process of shoving a needle in the poor guy. Once you figure it out, and it becomes less of an issue, your stress is no longer fighting the med.
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Nickanick
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   Posted 6/6/2012 7:41 PM (GMT -7)   
Thank you all I need to think this all over for now...think about going back to my urologist for increased dosage but will let u know how that goes once I do.I am trying not to be a pessimist and hoping it will work better next try with proper dosage.

Chigh
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   Posted 1/19/2013 1:48 PM (GMT -7)   
I go in Feb. 6th for my first injection......can't wait to have wood again !

jim27601
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   Posted 5/15/2013 7:25 AM (GMT -7)   
New guy here! I have been doing injections now for over 15 years, I believe diabetes and the Military is the cause of my problems. I have trimix#2 for years and just recently switched to super trimix. I have never really had a problem with the injections,can't hardly feel them with 30 gauge needles. I am up .5 in dosage use to be .3. I have had bladder cancer twice and have been cancer free for two years now. Good luck to all I appreciate all the advice.
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