Is there a home antidote for long lasting erections?

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Is there a home antidote for long lasting erections?

Postby K4OffRoad » Thu Jun 03, 2021 10:32 pm

I am confused about the antidote shot for erections that wont go away. I have read that there is a at home antidote, but when I called the Urologist (I had a crazy scare) a nurse told me that that shot was only for medical professionals. Also she said it was not to be used until the blood was drained first. I don't want to have to have mine drained. I will at least be getting the right Sudafed not the slow crap. Does anyone have any experience with any of this? Also how do you keep the syringes? Refrigerator, freezer or room temperate? I just got my first prescription today, so any advise will be welcomed.

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Re: Is there a home antidote for long lasting erections?

Postby Ozbloke » Fri Jun 04, 2021 12:56 am

The drug used to reduce priapism is phenylephrine some places can prescribe it others wont.

You dont have to drain before it is used there are studies showing it is a good first line of treatment.

The really important thing is when you are starting out make your dose SMALL and SLOWLY work it up.

I started at 5 units and have slowly worked up to a really effective dose of 30 units.

Take good notes of what you are doing what time did you inject what time did you get an erection what % of hard did you get to what time did it start to go down write it all down you will never remember it accurately.

Do the early testing on your own dont add the complication of trying to satisfy your wife/ girlfriend
at the same time.

It might take you 10 or more injections over 3 weeks to work it out but once you get there it will be worth it.
66 yo 10 years ED, 100mg Viagra not working only side effects, Starting Trimix injections Alprostadil 10mcg/ml, Phentolamine 0.45mg/ml, Papavine 12.5mg/ml. Married 10years.

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Re: Is there a home antidote for long lasting erections?

Postby BenjaminButton » Fri Jun 04, 2021 2:32 am

Totally agree on injectable antidote being most effective. I used twice when first prescription was too strong. I found the over the counter pills minimally effective.

I would not accept a doctor who preferred ER visit over this effective solution.
68 yrs old with ED for 6 years. Low T so began HRT.
Needed to add increasing doses of Tadalafil (Cialis) over the past 3 years.
Organic ED plus strong performance anxiety.
Started Trimix 11/18/2020 Works Great! :P

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Re: Is there a home antidote for long lasting erections?

Postby LuisFernandez » Fri Jun 04, 2021 2:32 pm

For me 4 hours is not that long. I really wouldn't worry.
I've seen people who go way longer: ... index.html and http://chemicalpenisenlargement.blogspo ... utine.html

What i do once i start hitting 4 hours is to start doing a bunch of push-ups. Sets of 20.
That usually works. if it doesn't i take my dog for a vigorous run as fast as i can for as long as i can.

I also hear ice works.
Born 1986. ED. Peyronie's.
Considering an Implant. Consulting with Dr. Eid.
Using Cialis 10mg/day + 20mg for sex. Injections of PGE-1.
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Re: Is there a home antidote for long lasting erections?

Postby frwmw1 » Wed Jun 09, 2021 7:04 am

Sudafed tablets, take them after 2-3 hours, it takes 30-40 minutes but is effective, failing that it's a trip to ER.
45yo, venous leak. Pills increased tinnitus (very rare). Trialing Trimix, 0.2 of:
Atropine Sulfate: 52MCG/ML, Phentolamine MES: 0.9MG/ML, Papaverine HCL: 26MG/ML

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