Trimix Injections for Erectile Dysfunction

Trimix is an injectable prescription medication used to treat erectile dysfunction.

The active ingredients in the three-drug mixture are alprostadil, papaverine, and phentolamine.

Trimix causes an increase in blood flow to the penis thereby allowing an erection to occur.

Trimix can deliver, in most men, a reliable one-hour erection within minutes once the correct dosage is calibrated.

The vasoactive injection is administered via self-injection into the penis.

The injection usually takes effect within about 5-15 minutes, unlike pills such as Cialis, Viagra, and Levitra, which can take an hour or longer to take effect.

Men should be able to inject themselves at home prior to sexual activity after participating in our detailed training program.

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Who Can Use Trimix?

Trimix can be used alongside other ED treatments for short term results.

The Pollock Clinics Trimix program is open to first time patients as well as men already pursuing other treatments for erectile dysfunction.

Trimix injections do not conflict with PRP or Shockwave treatment programs, so men are free to use Trimix for a reliable erection even as they pursue other, long-lasting, treatment options.

For some men, Trimix injections are a good long-term solution.

For others Trimix may be a temporary method to permit intimacy.

Penile injection with Trimix is a well-tolerated and effective way for men with erectile dysfunction to obtain an erection.

Men with erectile dysfunction have been using injection therapy (Trimix and similar products) for over 20 years.

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Trimix can deliver, in most men, a reliable one-hour erection within minutes once the correct dosage is calibrated.

Penile Injection Benefits

Trimix injections offer an easy-to-use immediate solution to erectile dysfunction.

The benefits include minimal systemic side-effects and the ability, for most men, to get reliable one-hour erections within minutes.

Unlike pills, Trimix acts locally directly on the penis to increase blood flow and create an erection.

Oral medications, on the other hand, act on the larger systems of the body, including the cardiovascular system where bothersome side effects from pills can often occur, including dizziness, flushing, increased heart rate, and headache.

The penile injection is done using a tiny needle that causes minimal discomfort. Most men quickly grow comfortable with the self-injection process, and the Pollock Clinics Trimix program includes self-injection training and support.

Using Trimix injections does not preclude other ED treatments, so men can use self-injection as needed without worry of significant side-effects or conflicts with other therapies.

The Pollock Clinics Trimix Program

The Pollock Clinics Trimix program includes a comprehensive initial assessment and examination, plus follow up sessions at our clinic, as needed to provide you with all the support required to teach you how to comfortably self-administer an effective dosage.

Our medical team will work with you toward achieving your desired results, including:

Assessment & Dosage Calibration

The right dosage of Trimix will depend on your specific history with ED, and your sensitivity to the medication. Our doctor will review your case and start by administering the smallest dosage that is likely to be effective. The process includes:

  • Review of your medical history
  • Initial dosage calibration
  • Administration of initial injection
  • Assessment of results and dosage adjustment

Self Injection

You will be injecting Trimix at home prior to intimacy, so learning to use a syringe safely and effectively, without anxiety, is an important component of the program. Support includes:

  • Hands on training over three clinic sessions beginning on models
  • Practice in administering Trimix correctly into the corpora cavernosa
  • Timing of injections
  • Safe and sterile Trimix injection and storage procedures

Review of Potential

You will learn about the common concerns and potential issues with Trimix self-injection to prevent and manage any problems when self-administering the medication, including:

  • Correct frequency of Trimix use
  • Potential interactions with other drugs
  • Procedures for managing priapism (a full erection lasting for over three hours) and education and instruction for managing other potential side effects

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Trimix FAQ

Trimix, when used properly, is generally effective for the majority of men suffering from erectile dysfunction. In most cases, the Trimix injection results in a hard and lasting erection. The doctor will prescribe a small starting dosage and increase the dosage if necessary.

Trimix usually works very quickly after injection. While Trimix usually takes 5-15 minutes to achieve maximum effect, some users report an erection after just seconds. If you do not get an erection within 20 minutes do not inject more Trimix. It is likely that your dosage needs to be adjusted, but you should always wait at least 24 hours before using Trimix again. The first dosage of Trimix is usually kept low to avoid Priapism (prolonged erection).

The duration of an erection from Trimix varies from person to person. For most, an erection usually lasts for about an hour, but can sometimes last longer.

Trimix can be used up to three times per week, with uses at least 24 hours apart. Injecting too often (or in the wrong spot) can cause thickening and scarring of connective tissue. This can cause the penis to curve to the side if one side of the penis ends up with fibrosis.

Some men experience pain or bruising, while others experience none at all. Other potential side effects include a temporary swelling of the penis skin, transitory pain, bleeding at the injection site, formation of fibrous tissue at the injection site (which could lead to a curved penis) and prolonged erection (priapism). Priapism is a manageable but potentially serious complication. The program includes detailed instructions for managing priapism.

Yes, Trimix is a prescription drug. As part of the Pollock Clinics Trimix program our doctor will prescribe Trimix after your assessment visit (if appropriate).


Pricing and Next Steps

The cost of the Pollock Clinics Trimix program is $3,995.

This includes:

  • Dosage calibration
  • Self-injection training
  • Obtaining a Trimix prescription (cost of the medication is the responsibility for the patient, a vial lasting months costs around $175, which provides for around 25 injections, which works out to around $7-8 per injection)
  • Additional clinic sessions for follow-up

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