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January 16, 2015 at 1:27 pm #12607
When I saw my Urologist in November we talked about ED Meds and he gave me samples of three different oral Meds. None of them helped me “rise to the occasion” so to speak. This did not necessarily surprise me because I knew I had what I will call the Trifecta of ED: Age, Type II Diabetes (which effects and compromises the cardiovascular system to some degree) and successful Radiation treatment for Prostate Cancer.
My Urologist also wrote me an Rx for an injectable ED med that I filled recently and I saw Urologist again today so he could instruct me on how to administer the medication. It is a formulation called “Trimix” mixed at something called a “Compounding Pharmacy.” It requires refrigeration and protection from light. Today my Urologist injected me with the Med and it worked, although not all the way. He said stimulation and excitement will bring full erection. There was some mild pain, kind of like when I have had a second erection on the same day, but nothing to keep me from using this to get something going. My Dr. said the dosage may need to be tweaked and the formulation of the Trimix can be adjusted too. He injected .5cc today. When I picked up the RX, I also purchased an “Autoject 2” manufactured by Owen Mumford (Model #AJ 1300), a British company. Cost was $42.95 and it is a serious sturdy device, very well made and rather ingenious IMO. This is sort of a gun into which I place a hypodermic needle into which I have measured the correct dosage. When the trigger is pressed it propels the needle into my penis and injects the med. It takes about 20 minutes before things start to blossom, LOL. There are videos online demonstrating where to inject and other details. Very easy and definitely not “Rocket Surgery.” The needle injection should be alternated between 3 and 9 O’Clock positions. The medication should only be used once every 3 days. I am going to ask my Dr. if for my 11 days at Sheri’s I can push it to every other day.
I will need to purchase a small Medication Travel Cooler to carry the medication on the flight to “Lost Wages” and then on to Sheri’s. A basic question is “Will I be able to store the Meds in a refrigerator somewhere at Sheri’s?” My assumption is “Yes.”
BTW, the needles are very small and short. The packaging reads: 30 Gauge; 1 MLCC 5/16″ 8mm. I received 10 hypos. when I purchased the “Trimix.”January 16, 2015 at 1:40 pm #12611
If you are staying at the hotel here at the ranch, your room should have a small refrigerator to accomdate your medication, so it should not be an issue!
Many of us gals are familiar with these type of injections, and have seen it administered before! Just make sure you get your doctors ok to use it on a daily basis for your Sexcapade in pussy prison!January 16, 2015 at 1:47 pm #12614
MMMMMMMMMMMMMM, my “Sexcapade in pussy prison.” I like your style Amber. Yes I have a room booked at Sheri’s.January 16, 2015 at 2:59 pm #12619
Big LA Dodger Fan,
Prostaglandin which is essentially Trimix has worked wonders for years. There’s a limit of 2 to 3 needle sticks a week to avoid building scar tissue. Care must be taken when inserting the Insulin Syringe’s 1/2″ 30 gauge needle that it’s not deflected; it must be kept straight at the desired angle or a bruise may result. It takes a steady hand to make certain the injection is performed gently and it’s easier if a woman assists. Also, the penis must be totally flaccid when injecting the drug or blood from a semi-erection may spurt the dose back out again causing a bruise. In addition, after the needle is inserted all the way, the drug must be injected slowly. If the needle is inserted in the penis shaft about one inch from the abdomen, the needle stick usually isn’t even felt; however, it may hurt if pulled out too slowly.
Successful Self Penile Injection Hints, Questions and Answers: http://www.ustoo.org/PDFs/Injection.pdf
P.S. The Hotel suites have a mini-fridge but the standard rooms don’t so one would have to be requested if available. Oftentimes a small soft-pack ice cooler will suffice, but an interior Ziploc freezer bag of ice must be refreshed from the bar about twice a day. The drug should not make direct ice contact but be insulated by a separate Ziploc bag.January 18, 2015 at 1:05 pm #12687
Firefighter, thank you for your comments. Your comment about the injecting the drug slowly gives me pause since I am planning to use the Auto Injector I purchased. It does not allow me to control the speed. I will consult my Dr. about this. He gave me his Cell Phone # for such a purpose, what a guy! Given I will be 69 by then, I am wondering about violating the “once every 3 days” rule. I am wondering at that age if I should worry about scaring given the number of years of sexual activity I may have ahead of me. I see my eleven days at Sheri’s a once-in-a-lifetime event.
When my Dr. injected me in his office, I could feel the liquid going in. No pain but an interesting sensation. I build scale models as a hobby and my hands are very steady and nimble so I am not worried about keeping the injection device steady and properly oriented. Dr. showed me how to draw the Rx into the Hypo, just as the PDF says.
One of the benefits of aging is that I have lost inhibitions about talking about my body, its limitations as I age, and how to compensate. One of the reasons I am sharing here is to help other men be less self-conscious. I hope it helps others.January 18, 2015 at 2:51 pm #12691
My view is to want a longer sex life not a shortened but more active one. YMMV.January 18, 2015 at 6:40 pm #12694
Big LA Dodger Fan,
My urologist mentioned no more than 2 to 3 sticks a week to prevent scar tissue build up. I don’t know for sure if there is any other reason to limit doses or not, but the scar tissue was the only problem my doctor relayed to me. If the scar tissue is the only issue, the drug can be injected in a different site on the same side and then alternate sides from right to left every time too.
I take a 100 mg Viagra one hour before and inject .140 ml Prostaglandin just before my lover and I begin foreplay; however, that’s not recommended because an erection lasting longer than 4 hours may result. The problem with a prolonged erection is the blood isn’t circulating normally and the penis is deprived of oxygenated blood. A man must be aroused before Viagra takes effect, but Prostaglandin seems to work regardless.
I injected the drug too fast once and a hematoma resulted (probably because the drug could not be absorbed fast enough and it exerted pressure outward), so I’m careful to inject the drug slowly now. Sometimes my lover helps because when I switch to the left side it’s awkward since I’m right handed. I usually hold my penis on a towel on the bathroom sink countertop and insert the needle all the way with my right hand. Then, I depress the syringe plunger with my right hand but sometimes it sticks and I have trouble starting it slowly with only one free hand in that awkward position. This is where a second person comes in handy, and especially if I’m injecting on the left side because I’m not ambidextrous. If the needle is unintentionally moved laterally while inserted, it’s likely to bruise or bleed. If a bruise results it’s counterproductive because sex doesn’t feel as good with a sore penis.
Regards, FFJanuary 23, 2015 at 1:07 pm #12766
I have an appointment with a lovely local, albeit illegal, Courtesan tomorrow and so I have been carefully reading the instructions for the “Autoject 2” device, using water in the Hypo to observe how everything functions. The device has a safety making accidental discharge improbable. Once the trigger is pressed the Hypo’s needle is thrust forward and then a second spring dispenses the Medication.There is a built-in indicator that shows when the Hypo is empty. It is an ingenious and seemingly foolproof device.January 23, 2015 at 2:57 pm #12769
No chance of accidentally injecting any air?January 23, 2015 at 4:20 pm #12771
No, the device uses a conventional, albeit small Hypodermic needle with a very small needle. I draw the Med into the Hypo from a rubber covered bottle and then load the Hypo into the device.January 24, 2015 at 1:45 pm #12779
I injected myself for the first time this morning. It turned out to be very straight forward and I did not flinch at all. I was able to be present enough that I could watch the built-in graduated markings on the injector to see that it took a second or two for the actual injecting time and knew when I could withdraw the needle. I did not notice any pain. There was a little blood but I simply used some pressure and an alcohol infused wipe to deal with it. I did not get completely hard, despite the very nice sweet care of the Courtesan. I am going to talk to my Dr. about the dosage. I used .5 cc this morning.January 24, 2015 at 1:51 pm #12781January 24, 2015 at 2:39 pm #12785
It’s not like Big Dodger Fan wasn’t upfront about the purpose of his post from the get-go. Even in the title.January 24, 2015 at 3:25 pm #12792
Kirk looks like he has it worse than LA fan.January 24, 2015 at 6:03 pm #12794
It is my experience that I cannot have too much information when my happiness, health, and wellbeing is at stake. Who are we going to learn from except from each other?January 24, 2015 at 6:57 pm #12795
Big LA Dodger Fan,
I use a 1 ml/cc capacity Insulin Syringe with a 1/2″ 30 gauge needle. My Prostaglandin dosage is .140 ml/cc which fills the syringe only about 5/16″ or 2 hash marks past 10 (14 units). My initial dosage was .125 ml/cc.
If Prostaglandin and Trimix dosages are similar .5 cc is an extreme amount of the drug (one-half the capacity of my syringe)… are you sure you aren’t using .05 cc? The number 10 on a 1 cc Insulin Syringe designates 10 units or .1 cc.
FFJanuary 25, 2015 at 2:55 am #12797
You are correct Firefighter, .05 cc. Stating things in the Metric System is still new to me.January 25, 2015 at 6:53 am #12800
Big LA Dodger Fan,
If Prostaglandin and Trimix recommended dosages are similar, I’m using 2.8 times the amount you’re injecting. My urologist prescribed .125 ml/cc (after his nurse administered a smaller test dose) which is over twice your dosage. You should check with your doctor; he may advise you to increase your amount by 50% to .075 cc. Your doctor is being cautious for your well-being which is his professional responsibility but apparently .05 cc isn’t sufficient.
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