Failure on Viagra Type Tablets is not a Straight Road to Injections.

How Patients Order TriMix-gel®

TriMix-gel®

Same Ingredients – NO NEEDLES

Patients who have failed on Viagra type tables have been informed of the superior results of penile injection therapy, but most men object to the thought of self-injection with a hypodermic needle into their own penis.

The difference between trimix for injection and TriMix-gel® is “NO NEEDLE”. The active ingredients have been lyophilized (dry freeze) into powder form. The powder is mixed with a medicated gel at time of use and then applied at the tip of the penis. There is NO NEEDLE.

The impetus for the creation of TriMix-gel® was the constant pressure from dissatisfied patients. A large number of men cannot use Viagra-type tablets because they are reportedly ineffective or patients cannot tolerate the side effects. Still, even more men wish to avoid penile injections.

Patients who have failed on Viagra type tables have been informed of the superior results of penile injections or have actually been injected under the supervision of a physician. Most of these most men still object to the thought of self-injection with a hypodermic needle into their own penis.

This is accomplished with a novel patented methodology (US patent number 9,005,183). At the time of use, before sexual activity, the patient uses an “Easy Applicator System™” application device that stores, mixes, and applies the medicine. There is no needle.

Some of these conditions require medications that are incompatible with the use of PDE5s.  The “Men’s Attitudes to Life Events and Sexuality Phase I” study indicated that 38% of men with hypertension also had ED.  Men with diabetes or high blood pressure are disproportionably represented in the ED population increased probability of ED.

Don’t Forget

  • TriMix-gel® does not have to be refrigerated. Therefore, the patient can carry the medicine on his person at room temperature. This is well received by mobile, active patients.

  • TriMix-gel® uses a gel carrier, not a hard pellet placed one and one quarter inches into the urethra.

  • TriMix-gel® does not require the patient to semi-self-catheterize himself with plastic device placed one and one quarter inches into the urethra.

  • At the time of use, before sexual activity, the patient uses an innovative “All-In-One” application device that stores, mixes, and applies the medicine.

  • And most importantly, before sexual activity, an ED patient will not have to use a hypodermic needle to self-inject his own penis.

TriMix-gel®

Peer Reviewed

Data from clinical trials on TriMix-gel were presented at the American Urological Association’s (AUA) World Conference. Only patients who failed on PDE5 inhibitors were eligible to be included in the trials. All of the patients in the trials experienced some degree of tumescence. Forty percent of the patients who failed on PDE5’s experienced erections sufficient for penetration during sexual intercourse. This was peer reviewed by urologists in attendance from around the world. The clinical trial data were subsequently published in the Journal of Urology. View the abstract by clicking below.

Published Abstract

Many Men Can Not Self-Inject

Many patients may have personal success with injections, but there remains a high drop-out rate of 70 to 80 percent due to a lingering dissatisfaction with the thought of self-injection into one’s own penis. Even though trimix injection delivers significant results, many men object to the idea of injecting their own penis with a hypodermic needle.

TriMix-gel® is an easy to apply gel that has been used before sexual intercourse. Each dose contains trimix in powder form which is energized into a gel at time of use. Trimix ingredients have been tested and widely prescribed for many years.

TriMix-gel® 

No Needles

TriMix-gel® contains the exact same prescription medications or vasodilators as trimix injection (prostaglandin, papaverine, phentolamine). These vasodilators have been individually tested and accepted by physicians for use with patients for several decades. It has been well received by Urologists, Family Practitioners and ED patients alike.

Prescribed by Doctors

  • TriMix-gel has been prescribed by Doctors all around the USA because it is an easy to apply gel that has been used before sexual intercourse. Each dose contains trimix in powder form which is energized into a gel at time of use.
  • Trimix ingredients have been tested and widely prescribed for many years. Urologists view the use of these ingredients as safe and have been prescribing them in the best interest of their patients to men suffering with ED for years.
  • Physicians have prescribed TriMix-gel for patients who fail on PDE5 Inhibitor tablets (Viagra®, Levitra®, Cialis®) or cannot tolerate the side effects.
  • TriMix-gel has been prescribed by doctors for ED patients who cannot or will not self-inject their own penis with a needle.
  • TriMix-gel® is composed of formulated drugs, novel components and a patented overall system and methodology that require a prescription for patient use.

Men Avoid Tri-mix Self-Injection Because It Requires a Needle

The most effective non-surgical treatment for ED is penile injection. This is where a combination of vasodilators is injected with a needle directly into the penis just before sexual activity. Its most common form is a liquid called trimix injection. But most men won’t or can’t self-inject themselves with a hypodermic needle into their own penis. That’s why we developed TriMix-gel®.

Trimix is a compound of vasodilators when combined for use at the same time. “trimix for injection”, has not been reviewed by the FDA for the specific indication of erectile dysfunction. But these vasodilators, have been reviewed individually, and have been in medical use for decades.

The compound needs to be kept refrigerated until use, at which time it is injected into the side of the penis before sexual activity. TriMix-gel does not need refrigeration, has a longer expiration date and of course, NO NEEDLE.

This triple mix compound known as trimix injection, contains the vasodilators prostaglandin, papaverine, and phentolamine. Trimix has been widely prescribed by physicians for the treatment of ED for many years.

Physicians and patients agree, trimix injection is the “Gold Standard” for non-surgical treatment of ED. In fact, the American Urological Association (AUA) recommends trimix for injection in their official protocol for urologists who treat ED. https://www.auanet.org/guidelines/erectile-dysfunction#x2650

TriMix-gel® uses the same vasodilators. The difference is the medicine has been turned into a powder so it can be mixed with a medicated gel at time of use and applied at the tip of the penis instead of injected with a hypodermic needle. There is no needle.

Penile injection training

Duff E, McCullough A.  Current Sexual Health Reports, Volume 3, Number 3 / September, 2006 found at https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s11930-006-0011-9

 

Intracavernosal therapy: when oral agents fail

Nehra, A, Curr Urol Rep. 2001 Dec;2(6):468-72 at http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/12084233?ordinalpos=11&itool=EntrezSystem2.PEntrez.Pubmed.Pubmed_ResultsPanel.Pubmed_DefaultReportPanel.Pubmed_RVDocSum

 

Food and Drug Administration.

Obtained at:  http://www.accessdata.fda.gov/scripts/cder/drugsatfda/index.cfm?fuseaction=Search.DrugDetails