Trimix and venous leakage

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SunsetEyes1977
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Trimix and venous leakage

Postby SunsetEyes1977 » Mon Jan 24, 2022 3:33 pm

Urologist says trimix will help with venous leakge (if that is my issue). I can get hard and suddenly, it feels like someone opened a hatch in my cock and it goes flaccid. Also, certain positions...better erections. Standing...my girl gives me a BJ..hard. Laying down...nope.
I take L-Arginine 3000 a day. Starting Trimix next week. What are your thoughts on this?

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Re: Trimix and venous leakage

Postby 68CatFan » Mon Jan 24, 2022 5:34 pm

Hmm. Trimix opens up the arteries but doesn't close the veins off so you'll just have to see if your venous leak is bad enough to negate the injection.
Fifty-one years old. ED started at age forty. I took Cialis for eight years and used Trimix for almost three. Implanted 12/6/22 by Dr. Jonathan Clavell. AMS 700CX 21cm.

Leebert
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Re: Trimix and venous leakage

Postby Leebert » Mon Jan 24, 2022 6:14 pm

My first uro told me with my VL that he suggested to go rt to implant cause he said injections will fail rather quickly and he was rt., but i wasn't ready for it in my mind and tried the injections for a yr and a half and finally came to conclusion i should've skipped the injections ,but you got to figure that out for yourself which way you want to proceed. Everyone is different.
I'm 65, heart attack w/stent 10 yrs ago, mod.HBP, married 46 yrs, retired.2 strokes.No damage, except start of Ed, Live in Ada Michigan. implanted by Dr. Wise in Grand Rapids mi. Implanted on 9/2/21 with 15 cm + 5cm rte. Ams 700 cx ms pump

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Re: Trimix and venous leakage

Postby Elyrev » Mon Jan 24, 2022 6:59 pm

SunsetEyes1977 wrote:Urologist says trimix will help with venous leakge (if that is my issue). I can get hard and suddenly, it feels like someone opened a hatch in my cock and it goes flaccid. Also, certain positions...better erections. Standing...my girl gives me a BJ..hard. Laying down...nope.
I take L-Arginine 3000 a day. Starting Trimix next week. What are your thoughts on this?


I had your same problem. I tried pills and they helped, but not much. Then I found out about Tri-mix, I was so excited when the shipment arrived. It helped as well, but just gave me a semi erection that lasted for 2 hours. A big let down, kind of depressing, I could get hard if I got on my knees keeping my penis low and did manual manipulation, but as soon as I tried to do something with it, it would deflate as you describe. I was able to pull intercourse off sometimes but short and struggling to keep it in for the few minutes it would last. Hopefully the tri-mix will help you, although If you have a true venous leak, your best option may be an implant.

I was implanted Thursday by Dr Hakky. So far going very well the first few days.
Age 54, venous leak and some scarring, tried daily/occasional Cialis for awhile then a few months various doses of tri/quad mix. Either helped and would produce 50-60%.erections, but never really full. Implanted 1/20/22 26cm” Titan- Dr. Hakky

TwoStep
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Re: Trimix and venous leakage

Postby TwoStep » Mon Jan 24, 2022 7:01 pm

Injection relaxes smooth muscle which lets the corpora expand, which in turn compresses the surrounding veins. Not to say it works for everyone but there is a mechanism by which the injection directly combats “venous leak”.

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Re: Trimix and venous leakage

Postby JetsFan1594 » Wed Jan 25, 2023 5:15 am

Elyrev wrote:
SunsetEyes1977 wrote:Urologist says trimix will help with venous leakge (if that is my issue). I can get hard and suddenly, it feels like someone opened a hatch in my cock and it goes flaccid. Also, certain positions...better erections. Standing...my girl gives me a BJ..hard. Laying down...nope.
I take L-Arginine 3000 a day. Starting Trimix next week. What are your thoughts on this?


I had your same problem. I tried pills and they helped, but not much. Then I found out about Tri-mix, I was so excited when the shipment arrived. It helped as well, but just gave me a semi erection that lasted for 2 hours. A big let down, kind of depressing, I could get hard if I got on my knees keeping my penis low and did manual manipulation, but as soon as I tried to do something with it, it would deflate as you describe. I was able to pull intercourse off sometimes but short and struggling to keep it in for the few minutes it would last. Hopefully the tri-mix will help you, although If you have a true venous leak, your best option may be an implant.

I was implanted Thursday by Dr Hakky. So far going very well the first few days.



This was my scenario with injections to a T so it feels nice to see someone else mirror my experience.
28M, inadequate partial erections as far back as I can remember due to venous leak. Completely unresponsive to pills, disappointing response to Trimix. Stretch test 19cm. Implanted 1/6/23 24cm Coloplast Titan (Classic Model) by Dr Eid

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Re: Trimix and venous leakage

Postby bldoink » Wed Jan 25, 2023 2:11 pm

Sunset, mostly but this is obviously directed at others too.

The following is my humble opinion. I'm not a moderator here and hold no administrative position or sway. Feel free to hate or whatever.

Sunset, I don't know if injections will work for you. Nobody does. Only trying them out will give you that answer. Even then, there is often a learning curve to get them perfected.

Please ignore the recent implant recipients. By definition, the injections didn't work well for them, assuming they gave them a fair trial. For some reason, probably psychological, many recent implant recipients feel compelled to return to the injections sub-forum and protolyze new injection users and try to convince them to get an implant now. I theorize that they do it out of a need to justify to themselves the validity of their own decision to take that expensive and irreversible permanent leap to an implant.

This is the "Injections" sub-forum. Everyone knows where the "Implants" sub-forum is. It dominates this forum. If members want implant information it's very easy to find it there.

The "Injections" sub-forum" is for help and support for those interested in trying injections or needing advice with injections. Making depressing posts telling them they won't work and that they need to rush on to an implant is NOT helpful. If you can't make a positive contribution to the "Injections" sub-forum then please refrain from posting here.

I'm not at all suggesting that implant recipients with substantial prior experience with injections shouldn't make positive contributions in the "Injections" sub-forum. There are some that do. Their input, based on their experience, is invaluable. But lets keep it positive.

Injections clearly don't work for everyone. For some that they do work for, success with them is of limited duration. Injections work well for me now. There may come a time when they don't. When/if that time comes, and if I'm still in good enough health to take advantage of an implant, I'll be very interested in one. When/if that time comes, I know just where to go to get input and suggestions on that topic, and it won't be the "injections" sub-forum.

/rant
R.R.P 2011 Mayo Jacksonville, Dr. Michael Wehle. Nerve sparing - badly damaged. C in margin. V.E.D, Viagra and PGE-1 (80mcg/ml) injections @ ~ 14 units. Originally Edex20, then compounded PGE-1 - cost. Inject. 10+ yrs. It works. Treasure coast of FL.

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Re: Trimix and venous leakage

Postby ETGuy71 » Wed Jan 25, 2023 2:43 pm

Diagnosed with mild VL by Doppler ultrasound. Pills didn’t work. Urologist put me on Trimix as needed for sex, plus 5mg Cialis daily. The Trimix works great for me and has for 3 years.
Diagnosed venous leak. Going with injections rather than implant for the time being.

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Re: Trimix and venous leakage

Postby azmike » Wed Jan 25, 2023 6:32 pm

bldoink wrote:Sunset, mostly but this is obviously directed at others too.

The following is my humble opinion. I'm not a moderator here and hold no administrative position or sway. Feel free to hate or whatever.

Sunset, I don't know if injections will work for you. Nobody does. Only trying them out will give you that answer. Even then, there is often a learning curve to get them perfected.

Please ignore the recent implant recipients. By definition, the injections didn't work well for them, assuming they gave them a fair trial. For some reason, probably psychological, many recent implant recipients feel compelled to return to the injections sub-forum and protolyze new injection users and try to convince them to get an implant now. I theorize that they do it out of a need to justify to themselves the validity of their own decision to take that expensive and irreversible permanent leap to an implant.

This is the "Injections" sub-forum. Everyone knows where the "Implants" sub-forum is. It dominates this forum. If members want implant information it's very easy to find it there.

The "Injections" sub-forum" is for help and support for those interested in trying injections or needing advice with injections. Making depressing posts telling them they won't work and that they need to rush on to an implant is NOT helpful. If you can't make a positive contribution to the "Injections" sub-forum then please refrain from posting here.

I'm not at all suggesting that implant recipients with substantial prior experience with injections shouldn't make positive contributions in the "Injections" sub-forum. There are some that do. Their input, based on their experience, is invaluable. But lets keep it positive.

Injections clearly don't work for everyone. For some that they do work for, success with them is of limited duration. Injections work well for me now. There may come a time when they don't. When/if that time comes, and if I'm still in good enough health to take advantage of an implant, I'll be very interested in one. When/if that time comes, I know just where to go to get input and suggestions on that topic, and it won't be the "injections" sub-forum.

/rant


Excellent post. Wholeheartedly agree.

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Re: Trimix and venous leakage

Postby Pumpkinman » Thu Jan 26, 2023 7:12 am

bldoink wrote:Sunset, mostly but this is obviously directed at others too.

The following is my humble opinion. I'm not a moderator here and hold no administrative position or sway. Feel free to hate or whatever.

Sunset, I don't know if injections will work for you. Nobody does. Only trying them out will give you that answer. Even then, there is often a learning curve to get them perfected.

Please ignore the recent implant recipients. By definition, the injections didn't work well for them, assuming they gave them a fair trial. For some reason, probably psychological, many recent implant recipients feel compelled to return to the injections sub-forum and protolyze new injection users and try to convince them to get an implant now. I theorize that they do it out of a need to justify to themselves the validity of their own decision to take that expensive and irreversible permanent leap to an implant.

This is the "Injections" sub-forum. Everyone knows where the "Implants" sub-forum is. It dominates this forum. If members want implant information it's very easy to find it there.

The "Injections" sub-forum" is for help and support for those interested in trying injections or needing advice with injections. Making depressing posts telling them they won't work and that they need to rush on to an implant is NOT helpful. If you can't make a positive contribution to the "Injections" sub-forum then please refrain from posting here.

I'm not at all suggesting that implant recipients with substantial prior experience with injections shouldn't make positive contributions in the "Injections" sub-forum. There are some that do. Their input, based on their experience, is invaluable. But lets keep it positive.

Injections clearly don't work for everyone. For some that they do work for, success with them is of limited duration. Injections work well for me now. There may come a time when they don't. When/if that time comes, and if I'm still in good enough health to take advantage of an implant, I'll be very interested in one. When/if that time comes, I know just where to go to get input and suggestions on that topic, and it won't be the "injections" sub-forum.

/rant

I agree as well. And most of the time you can tell when you read deeper in their posts its not that the injections actually "stopped" working its because they can sometimes be a hassle to do and they want to take a easier way out.


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