Well, today was our day for experience with Trimix injections. EB your post helped us so much. It pretty much went as you explained with yours. In our case it was the urologist who did the explaining.
He appeared in the room and asked the questions about
previous sexual function prior to surgery and then about
the difficulties in the six months since.
We had our prescript
ion for Trimix filled already and had it with us as instructed. He showed both Bob & myself how to fill the needle and is starting with the lowest dose of .10.
He had Bob drop his pants and showed us both where the needle should be inserted (reminded Bob to be watching - I had to remind him to breathe!)
Then he said to hold the spot for 5 mins and then try and stimulate things and he'd be back in a total of 15.
In surroundings like this it's rather weird to be trying to get an erection, but Bob did end up with the best one he's had in the six months, however, wouldn't be enough to successfully complete intercourse.
Dr. advises to try the .10 next time and then go up in increments of .05 until successful. He thought that for such a low doseage, this was a good start.
He also recommended no more than 3 times per week, which is the most we've heard so far.
This minimal erection lasted a total of an hour and disappeared almost as quickly as it began. . . . .
There has been no discomfort, however, so Tamu . . . you may want to experiement with a different injection for the result you are hoping for as well.
Take care all!
;o) Bob & Linda
Bob (60) had laproscopic prostate surgery on Sept 27, 2006 - 2/12 malignant biopsy samples - gleason 3 + 3 = 6. Follow up PSA results and pathology results received Nov 14th are NO MORE CANCER! Gleason changed to a 3 + 4; cancer completely confined to prostate; (even a second more aggressive, previously undetected cancer) PSA UNDETECTABLE November 2006 AND February 2007.