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Discussion in 'The Healthy Penis' started by bizebob, Jan 18, 2012.
Has anybody tried muse or caverject? little more serious than just poppin' a pill
muse does not work as well, only a semi, no real wood.
caverject or edex, both brand names work excellent!
a compounded injectable "trimix" is also excellent and probably more cost effective.
i've tried em all
When it comes to money spent over a longer time it is not pills, or injections but the penil implant... it involves an operation to insert two cylinders inside the penis and a fluid-filled reservoir -------you pump fluid into the reservoirs to become erect,,, you press a valve to release. Search it out.
If I had my older days to live over again, I would ask for this when 60 or 65...
Those who have it cannot say enough.
I have been using caverject for several years now, no complaints and my wife loves it, I always joked about the warning of having and erection that last 4 hours. I said I would start making porn movies if I ever had a 4 hour erection, havent made a movie yet but have had a few 4 hour erection.....
Been down this road. When one can use the injectables the injectables are always far better than anything else. Muse, has the bad side effect in giving many men urethritis and the irritation in the urethra is nasty.
I have been on Quadmix for years and I swear by it. If one sources it correctly the price per injection can be quite reasonable. It has a very low failure rate and it is not a systemic medication meaning that it only acts locally.
If you get a great MD who really knows his stuff you can by the mix have your erection tailored to your own preference. The hardness of the erection is "adjustable" from workable to the level bordering on painful.
Forget the rest simply go with the injectable when it can be used.
Not sure I'd agree. Cialis was a great weekend pill for me (take it Friday evening, good to Sunday noon whenever the time is right). I used it when things didn't get as hard as I liked and as easily as I liked. Solved the problem.
But after my prostate surgeons ended all spontaneous erections, and none of the pills or Muse worked, I found that tri-mix did work well -- maybe too well. Had to reduce the dose.
I'd never use an injectable as first choice. If the tablets work, fine. No real danger. Only the injectables can get you into serious trouble: the often mentioned erection lasting more than 4 hours. The problem with one of these epic hard-on's is that, while it's hard, the penis actually has very little blood flow. The penis is full of blood, but little is going in and out. That's why the head can get purple looking with a serious hard on, or with a cock ring that's too tight. Not much oxygen getting in there. The tissues get oxygen starved after a few hours and real damage, perhaps not reversible, can happen. You need to go to an emergency room for treatment.
The injectables also avoid surgery, but can cause fibrosis at the injection site if you're a regular user. So a surgical implant might be a good idea for regular sex when the natural mechanism no longer provides.:smile:
Unfortunately I am going to have to disagree with your disagreement but I do fully and completely understand that your disagreement comes from the information you have received.
This issue is extremely complex and involves a great deal of medical science that cannot be discussed on this forum/group for legal reasons.
Right now all of us are stuck with the existing orals which are sildenafil citrate, tadalafil and vardenafil. In fact a great deal is evolving on the orals and in time maybe one or all of the six new ones now in testing with the FDA will be approved.
There are problems with the existing orals and though the incidents have been few, there have been some incredibly serious complications from their use. The cause of this is not the drug itself, the cause is the systemic pathways it must follow to reach the parts of your anatomy where it is needed.
I can if you PM me give you some leads on some things that you may want to take to your MD. Just be patient with me in that it may take me a week to get back to you because my schedule is a mess right now.
There is no time that a systemic drug is better to treat a localized problem and that is the state of things when one is talking about E.D. The systemic action is where the problems lie.
The next problem is that there are a handful of drugs approved for sale in Europe and Asia that are far better than what are available in the United States. There are a couple of transdermal creams that are excellent and are as effective as the injections. The problems mainly relate to cost per dosage. In europe there are also sub-linguals both in liquid and gel forms that deliver the existing drugs in a far more effective manner while avoiding the inherent losses associated with the digestive tract. Not available in the United States because the American Pharmaceutical Industry doesn't get the bucks and would have to pay patent fees.
The safety and effectiveness of the injectables like possession and use of a handgun relate totally to the competency of the person holding the syringe and using it. Get it right, you're OK, get it wrong and you could be in trouble.
The problems with scar tissue on the injectables relate only to one single ingredient within the mix and the dosage of that ingredient can be lowered, that ingredient can have a substitution OR it can be eliminated. In person I can tell you more but the injectables can be just as safe as the orals. . . .