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S Mark
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   Posted 3/4/2009 4:40 PM (GMT -6)   
I am almost at 2 years since RP surgery.  I am a, otherwise health and fit 57 year old.  I have tried Cialis, with no results.  I have had non-usable results with Trimix injections, up to .3ml.  I have an appointment with the Boston Medical Group, who specializes in ED injection solutions.  Has anyone had any experience with the Boston Medical Group?
 
Thank you for your thoughts

hb2006
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   Posted 3/5/2009 10:51 AM (GMT -6)   

No, but their web site guarantees an erection on your first visit. I assume that they will give you a Caverject or Edex injection. Probably at the 40 mcg dosage which is very strong. I was going to try them too, but the Caverject and Edex injections worked for me but with the intense alprostadil pain. Then my doctor switched me to Trimix which has worked fine.

You may be one of the lucky guys that can stand the alprostadil pain, if so, they will be successful.

Let us know how it works out
Age 60
PSA 2007 4.1
PSA 2008 10.0
Diagnosed April 2008
Biopsy: 6 of 12 cores positive
Gleason 4 + 5 = 9
CT and Bone Scan negative
Open surgery at Shawnee Mission Medical Center May 21, 2008
Right side nerves spared
Radical prostatectomy and lymph node dissection
Cather removed on June 3rd, totally dry on July 9th
pT2c
lymph nodes negative
PSA Sept 28, 2008 0.00
PSA Jan 22, 2009 0.00


Gene214
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   Posted 3/5/2009 11:34 AM (GMT -6)   

In my quest I went to Boston Medical.  They have their own special "mixture" and will attempt to sell a supply and a plan for you to continue using it, but it will cost through the nose.  I remember that the doctor who saw me and who injected me was retired and worked for them on occassion.  And, yes, I got an erection in the office.  When he came back in, he felt of it and said, "Well, Gene, you can sure poke with that."  But actually it was not as hard my own injections.  I requested a prescription from him and had it filled, but it was any better in results than the trimix I had been using. I think the Boston Medical's is a quad-mix, but not sure what it contains. 

I was not pleaseed, but probably would have been more pleased had I not first been doing injections already.  If I remember correctly, the cost of their plan was around $1500 for six months, but I'm not real certain about that.  You would also have access to conselors who are, themselves, doctors, if I remember correctly.

We do hope you will report your outcome and that it will be more positive than mine has been.

Gene214


PC diagnosed 12-06 @ age 63
Radical open removal 2-14-07, Gleason 3+3=6
Removal of stricture 6-07, incontinence continues
Scheduled for AUS & IPP 05-08
Surgeon cancelled one day pre-surgery, due to cardiac concerns
Nuclear stress 5/13/08
3 stents 5/27
AUS, IPP implanted 07-16-08
AUS, IPP was activated on 08-18-08.  They both work!
10-20-08 went back to surgeon for a follow-up.  Both devices are working very good and surgeon was very pleased that I am very pleased.
 


S Mark
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   Posted 3/9/2009 1:10 PM (GMT -6)   
Boston Medical Group does prescribe a quad mix. I was only to obtain a partial erection during the office consultation but I was able to obtain a servicable erection the first time I used the mix at home. It has been 2 years since my RRP and this was the first time that I have been able to make love to my wife. The quad mix seems to be more effective than the Trimix and the use of the auto injector was great. It sure beats the syringe self-injection method.

So far so good.

hb2006
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Date Joined Nov 2008
Total Posts : 299
   Posted 3/9/2009 1:29 PM (GMT -6)   

That's great news. You may find that as you use/experience the injections that you will be able to reduce the dosage. I started at .25 mcg/cc of the Trimix and now need only .05 mcg/cc to achieve the same result.

Good luck

 


Age 60
PSA 2007 4.1
PSA 2008 10.0
Diagnosed April 2008
Biopsy: 6 of 12 cores positive
Gleason 4 + 5 = 9
CT and Bone Scan negative
Open surgery at Shawnee Mission Medical Center May 21, 2008
Right side nerves spared
Radical prostatectomy and lymph node dissection
Cather removed on June 3rd, totally dry on July 9th
pT2c
lymph nodes negative
PSA Sept 28, 2008 0.00
PSA Jan 22, 2009 0.00

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