Trimix "Causes" erections to happen,
Oral ED medications "Help" erections happen
Trimix is an injectable ED medication
When Viagra or Cialis doesn't work ( PDE5 inhibitors) Trimix has been the go to medication
History: Created and in use since 1983.
How does Trimix work to produce an erection?
These drugs create an erection by relaxing the smooth muscles and widening the blood vessels in the penis. They are not dependent on nerve stimulation.
Does a tolerance develop creating a need for increasing dosage? This can happen over time. Aging also influences the need for stronger formulas.
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Keep Refridgerated. It begins to lose it's potency after 6-8 weeks. .
Storing frozen, it is considered stable for up to 6-9 months months . Afterwhich it begins to lose potency.
Thawing & Freezing repeatedly is not recommended. Cycling often between frozen and liquid form can degrade it's stability and potency.
Thawing in water in Not Recommended
Rubbing between your palms and shaking to break up the ice will thaw a vial in about 3-5 minutes without risking excess heat exposure
Additionally others have approached this by:
1) Putting some pre-measured syringes in the refrigerator and freezing the difference
2) Buying sterile vials online and putting some in them and freezing the difference.
(Also purchasing in larger 10ml vials and then storing, provides for significant qty discount & shipping savings)
Does the medication lose potency over time even if stored correctly? Yes
After 60-90 days in a refrigerator it will Begin to lose it's strength
Frozen it lasts for six months (or more)
Also cycling between freezing and thawing also degrades it's strength
Trimix produces erections generally lasting 2-4 hours
Trimix produces erections generally regardless of your circumstance, including too much alcohol, too much caffeine , too much etc...
Extended erections can be quite hazardous and dangerous to penis health. Penises need fresh blood flow after a while and TriMix inhibits this.
**** Please see "Trimix Reversal" below
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What is Trimix:
Papaverine, Phentolamine and (PGE)Alprostadil
Papaverine: is a vasodilator: produces an erection by allowing for increased blood flow to the penis. (Brings blood into the penis)
Phentolamine: is an Alpha Blocker: induces an erection by relaxing and dilating the blood vessels of the penis, as well as by elevating cardiac output (Makes more room to store more blood )
PGE: (Alprostadil): known as Prostaglandin in the body: allows for more blood into the penis and lets less blood out by relaxing the penis's blood vessels and dilating cavernosal arteries (Retains blood in the penis )
The ratio of the mixtures of the the three come in many varieties to suit patient needs.
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What is Quadmix:
Papaverine, Phentolamine and (PGE)Alprostadil, Atropine
QuadMix uses the same ingredients as TriMix , plus the addition of Atropine
Atropine: Atropine sulfate works by inhibiting the nervous system receptors that control smooth muscle relaxation. Keeps the erection muscles stiff by not letting them relax.
QuadMix is usually prescribed for patients for whom Trimix does not work sufficiently well
What is Bimix:
BiMix uses the same ingredients as TriMix , minus the PGE (Alprostadil)
BiMix is often prescribed for patients for whom find Trimix, in particular Alprostadil, painful
What is Forskolin:
Forskolin is sometimes used in lieu of Alprostadil (PGE)
Patients experiencing Extreme Forms of pain ( severe ache) from Trimix/Quadmix sometimes find satisfaction with Forskolin substituting for PGE.
What is VIP:
A Vaso-Intestinal Peptide
The combination of VIP and Phentolamine is another safe and effective means of treating ED.
VIP has a potent effect on the veno-occlusive mechanism, but little effect on arterial inflow, whereas phentolamine increases arterial blood flow with no effect on the veno-occlusive mechanism
Trimix Injection Best Practices
Alternate sides of injection to avoid scaring tissue
Lay your penis flat out and fully extended (but soft)
Point needle to the center, not up or down
Target the area 1 inch up from the base between 1 to 3 o'clock ( or 9 to 11)
Use a 1/2 inch length needle - it's needed to reach into the cavernosum
Push needle completely flush to the skin
Work the plunger a few times before filling syringe to insure it is not sticky
Don't force the plunger. If it is really difficult to push, then you should start over making sure the needle is in properly
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Trimix Injection Techniques ( How To )
Compliments of the Department of Urology, University of California, San Francisco
Filling the syringe, Pull the plunger down to the 1.0 cc mark (drawing in air) and then push the needle through the rubber stopper. Depress plunger, pushing the air into the vial before withdrawing the medication.
This makes withdrawing the medication easier by relieving an air vacuum
Where to Inject. Aim for the Corpora Cavernosa (as shown)
1 inch up from the base
Angle to the Center
Where to Inject Trimix
Inject one inch up from the base - between 1 - 3 or 9 - 11 o'clock
Needle MUST be angled to the center of the penis as shown
Use a 1/2 inch long needle to reach all the way into the Corpora Cavernosa
Q) What should I feel when I inject?
A) As there are few nerve endings for pain in this area, there will probably be just a slight momentary discomfort. The needle should be pushed firmly until it is fully in the penis, slight resistance may be felt.
If a lot of resistance is felt on the plunger then the needle may be in too far or not far enough. Push it in further. If that does not work withdraw the needle and reinsert it in another suggested place. The plunger should depress quite easily. Do not inject if the resistance is strong.
Q) If I don't get any response to an injection can I follow up with another injection maybe to a different side of the penis and perhaps using a smaller dose?
A) Not recommended, as the first injection may have punctured the urethra or other tissue. A second injection may cause more bleeding in the wrong area. The next time you inject (on another day) do it on the other side of the penis.
Q) What's the best way to hold the penis for the injections?
A) Ideally you need a flat surface to inject (minimal wrinkles) you may wish to pull the penis to full length and let it relax and then inject.
Also available are injectors that allow a user to press a pen-like device up to their skin,
press a button and it will automatically insert needle and medication for you.
Some users like this, some do not as one loses active control of pressure of the needle and to a degree the depth of the injection. Auto-injectors are used for a large variety of medications and injection sites (tummy, thigh, etc...)
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Extended Erections & Erection Reversal
Phenylephrine: Erection Reversal
Use only when needed (after about 4 hours of sustained erection)
Waiting longer than this time range may negatively affect your results with Phenylephrine
Dose yourself with .5 ml (50 units on the syringe), keep repeating every 5-10 minutes until the erection is lost
Using Phenylephrine everytime just to "knock down" your erection is not recommended and can result in other issues
Inject into your penis in the same method as Trimix
Liquid Phenylephrine is especially recommended for those with any blood pressure or heart issues
Phenylephrine is a potent vasoconstrictor. Inject 100-500 mcg <micrograms> (0.1 ml - 0.5 ml) into the penis cavernosa. Repeat every 5-10 minutes and/or up to 1,000 mcg (1 ml) until your erection is gone.
After injection, massage the penis (the corpora cavernosa) to facilitate drug distribution.
Lower volumes should be used in patients with severe cardiovascular disease
Trimix and Sudafed for Erection Reversal
Sudafed and Benadryl can be used reduce a prolonged erection. However
NOT Recommended for those with any blood pressure or heart issues (use Liquid Phenylephrine)
Memorial Sloan hospital instructs: take 4 (30 mg) tablets of pseudoephedrine HCl (Sudafed) of the "Fast Acting" variety Only, not the "Time Release": via Memorial Sloan https://www.mskcc.org/cancer-care/patient-education/priapism
How well does Trimix work?
Will it work for you? Yes
Caveat: There is an apparent consensus of around 90% efficacy.
ie: It works for around 90% of the people who tried it
Research white paper summary:
Combination therapy first was introduced in 1991 by Bennett and coworkers with a reported success rate of 92%
Efficacy for this treatment option is as high as 87% to 93% (Linet &. Ogring, 1996
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How many Doses are in a 5ml Vial of Trimix
20 -25 doses typically depending on dose size (which means your mileage will vary)
A small vial = 5ml
A full syringe equals 1.0 ml (A vial = 5 Full syringes)
A typical syringe is marked with 100 units (0.01ml x 100)
A typical Dose (for example) is 0.20ml. (ie: 20 units on the syringe)
That means there are around 25 doses in a vial using 0.20ml as a dose
0.20ml dose x 25 uses = 5ml
Trimix Purchase Caution
Be advised, a black market for the prescription treatment has developed, and Trimix is being sold, dispensed, and administered without the supervision of a physician. You can guess the consequences: Men are being given excessive doses of Trimix, and are needlessly suffering the complications of priapism, landing in emergency rooms across the country. Bottom line: Using Trimix outside of medical supervision is a very high risk strategy.
Additionally less than sterile development can lead to poor quality and obvious risks of dangerous injections and infections. Buy quality from a USA accredited pharmacy. Look for FDA accreditation or ACHC (Accreditation Commission for Health Care).
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There is always risk to whatever medication you take. ALWAYS.
The big ones for Trimix you may already know:
Extended erections: Penises need blood, erections inhibit blood flow. Cut blood flow long enough
and it becomes an issue. THE reason to have reversal medication available (phenylephrine)
Peyronies disease: tissue hardening, especially at injection sites, can cause curvature over time. Making it a really good idea to alternate injection sites.
Which Trimix is right for you?
There is no test that can be given to determine the perfect formula for anyone.
Looking at your medical profile and using past experience provides the best guidance.
Of paramount importance, is getting the formula right without it being too strong as the risk of having an erection for too long and having to go to the ER is absolutely real and must be considered by the user.
When a persons profile is outside a "typical profile" it can be really difficult to say with any certainty what exactly will be right. Medical history, health and ED status must all be considered.
For those reasons there may be some trial and error before the formula is appropriately "dialed in" for the individual.
Travel and Trimix
Traveling with Trimix by plane is often asked about
The following is a summary of excerpts obtained from Franktalk.org (our preferred source of ED info)
The TSA agents are apparently accustomed to seeing medication on ice.
Some Best Practices
Place already frozen Trimix in a thermos with ice - or
Purchase an insulin travel container
Take the prescription with you
Lamenate/clear-tape the script to keep it readable
Attach it to the cooler / pouch / travel container directly (keep a copy on yourself)
The travel pouch "FRIO" has gotten rave reviews.
Requires no ice or freezing, soak pouch in water, let dry, stays cool for a couple days
No electricity needed, never gets cold - but stays cool
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Taking Trimix to the Caribbean is no big deal. I fly to the Caribbean twice a year. Usually I just throw a small vial of the Trimix into a 12- or 16-ounce coffee thermos. I fill it with ice and away I go. When I first started this I pulled a TSA officer aside and explained the thermos, ice and medicine.
"No problem," he said. The thermos passed through the x-ray just fine and there were no further questions. Inside the thermos the temperature remains cold until I clear customs in the Dominican Republic or wherever in the Caribbean I'm traveling.
Sometimes I would just seal the thermos tight and just throw it into my checked baggage. Never had a problem with any TSA or Custom inspections. But I stopped doing that because I feared the one-in-a-million chance my bag might be lost or stolen. Then I'd be in the DR with no juice and no way to get any until I returned to the states. That obviously would be a bummer.
Also I have a Frio. It's a very small case made for keeping insulin cold as you travel. It's about the size of a wallet and there is no liquid inside. I like it a lot. Sometimes I use the Frio instead of the thermos.
The bottom line is don't even fret about taking your juice with you.
If you want added piece of mind regarding TSA or Customs take a copy of your prescription with you.
For travel via aircraft, I staple a small laminated copy (the prescription label) of my script to the pouch. TSA and customs inspectors regularly see diabetics and other people traveling with injectables, so they're not automatically alarmed at encountering syringes in luggage. But at least once, my attached label simplified and eased an encounter with a TSA guy.
I think having the prescription label attached to the syringe packet simplified the process and minimized the hassle.
I also sometimes use a small coffee thermos with ice to keep the juice cold. Never any problems with TSA, including sending the thermos with ice through the x-ray.
I have used the Frio many, many times with no problems. The Frio is really just a pouch with a small pocket to fit the trimix. You remove the pocket and soak it in water to activate some crystals that will keep the Trimix at an acceptable temperature for more than a day. The only problem with the Frio is that the Trimix won't seem cold to the touch of your fingers the way it would if you had it soaked in ice. However, I used the Frio once on a trip that lasted more than a week with no problems.
My favorite solution of the two is the thermos, however.
I have passed a thermos with Trimix and ice through airport x-ray machines with no problems. And just to make sure I checked with TSA before entering security. "No problem," the TSA agent said.