My hubby has just started down the injection road. His urologist recommended Caverject. The first one done by his urologist was 10 mcgr and this didn't quite produce something 'usable' but almost.
The second injection, again 10 mcgr, done by me under the urologists supervision was on the opposite side and produced a very one sided erection and his foreskin was very swollen, similar to a very large blister. I felt really bad, that I'd injected in the wrong place or something but the urologist did supervise so logic says this wasn't the case. It certainly was too painful to be usable. Anyone else had this experience?
On his urologists advice the 3rd injection was 20 mcgr, again done by me, this time at home, on the same side as the first injection, and this worked fine, usable though it did last longer than we would have liked and we'll try 15 mcgr next time.
I know he won't want an injection on the same side as the second time ever again and I'm worried about scarring and peyrones. However, if we leave the injections 2-3 weeks apart will this reduce the risk if we use only one side for the injection site?
The aching afterwards is minimal and worth putting up with he says just for the storage advantages of Caverject over trimix or bimix.