Just Starting Out? Get A Urologist Who Knows Injections

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Cigar56
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Just Starting Out? Get A Urologist Who Knows Injections

Postby Cigar56 » Sun Nov 12, 2017 5:03 am

The best advice I can offer newbies (and even some vets) is to get a urologist who is experienced in prescribing injections. When I started seeking treatment for ED in 2014 my general practitioner referred me to a female urologist. She's a wonderful professional, but it eventually became clear she had little knowledge about Trimix.

I continued to see her despite the inexperience. Thank God for this forum. I would read comments from other guys here and go back to her with suggestions. It took a couple years, but eventually the doc and I found some formulas that really worked. Her main concern was avoiding priapism. I just wanted a great erection but yeah, that priapism thing was always in the back of my mind too.

The good news is that through all the visits and trial and error with the doc I'm now having 100 percent success with injections and the quality is 8-9 on a 1-10 scale. She just wrote me a new script for some rocket fuel (100-3-30) and I think that's going to take me to the elusive 9-10 erection quality with a 100 percent success rate on each injection.

I don't mind the long journey that much because I've avoided hurting myself because of her take-it-slow approach. However, I would advise newbies to ask a new urologist about their level of experience before starting injections. With a urologist more experienced in injections I might have found a solution in just a couple months. Or I might have battled a couple episodes of priapism!

Happy injecting, guys.
Age 61 as of 2017. Under "active surveillance" for small amounts of cancer in prostate as of 2016. Quit using ED pills and now using injections. Considering an implant. Surgeon advises shrinking prostate to avoid damaging bladder during RALP.

Hunchback
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Re: Just Starting Out? Get A Urologist Who Knows Injections

Postby Hunchback » Wed Nov 29, 2017 8:31 am

You people in the US are lucky to have access to custom formulas. Here in EU you are stuck with one-mix, simple Edex or Caverject and that's it.
Uros don't even know what Trimix is... :/

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Re: Just Starting Out? Get A Urologist Who Knows Injections

Postby bldoink » Wed Nov 29, 2017 11:51 am

Very good post cigar. Good advice. I'm glad things have worked out well for you. I'm sure other future patients of your doctor will have you to thank for training her.
R.R.P 2011 Mayo Jacksonville by Dr. Michael Wehle. Nerve sparing but damaged. V.E.D, Viagra and Alprostadil manually injected. Originally Edex20. Switched to Alprostadil from compounding pharmacy - cost. Injecting 5-6 yrs. It works. Treasure coast of FL.

Cigar56
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Re: Just Starting Out? Get A Urologist Who Knows Injections

Postby Cigar56 » Sat Dec 02, 2017 9:58 am

bldoink wrote:Very good post cigar. Good advice. I'm glad things have worked out well for you. I'm sure other future patients of your doctor will have you to thank for training her.


Thanks Bldoink! It's funny how we can learn almost as much here as from some medical professionals!

Disclaimer: Always consult with an experienced urologist or general practitioner while using injections for ED.
Age 61 as of 2017. Under "active surveillance" for small amounts of cancer in prostate as of 2016. Quit using ED pills and now using injections. Considering an implant. Surgeon advises shrinking prostate to avoid damaging bladder during RALP.


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