Firstly I'd like to comment on blue's comment:
I do know that curvature or peyronies at the site of the injection is very common with guys who have had surgery and inject, and probably has no connection to priapism.
Just for people passing thru in the future: Curvature due to injections is not very common .. it is very UNcommon. Sorry I cannot cite any actual medical studies on this -- but it just is very uncommon. And who knows if priapism contributes or not? -- maybe hard to tell since enough priapism and you won't be getting anything up again to be able to tell whether there is any curvature or not.
On your Caverject system and amounts. You have provided very nice accurate values, but I am wondering what you mean by them.
It seems that you have used a 20mcg/ml (and 10mcg/ml) formula and then have used a number of fractions of this 1 ml amount??
<<Corrected values based on Carlos comments below>>>
1 cc (100 units) (20 mcg PGE-1 delivered)
0.5cc (50 units) (10 mcg PGE-1 delivered)
0.3cc (30 units) (3.3 mcg PGE-1 delivered).
The delivered PGE-1 are the normalized values (you should always specify your PLAIN PGE-1 shots as Delivered mcg amounts of PGE-1 -- no matter what the volume might be since delivered mcg is the most accurate and least confusing way to do it)...
<< removed speculations >>>
1/2 or 1/3 of the full 1 ml I could see causing long erections for someone who is *very* sensitive to PGE-1. I am a normal sensitivity user and I use around 15-20mcg *delivered* PER SHOT and that lasts an hour or two at the most.
I suppose we should also ask, are those 6-9 hour erections both PAINFUL the whole time AND is the erection COLD AND is it hard enough to bang nails?? If they don't have at least two or three characteristics -- especially the COLD part -- then you don't have priapism - you just have a long nuisance but relatively benign erection.
Maybe reply with some added info or comments??
Post Edited (JStars) : 12/14/2013 9:31:17 PM (GMT-7)