Trimix Injections for Erectile Dysfunction
Trimix is a compounded medication consisting of three ingredients in a sterile injection dosage form. Ingredients include an alpha-Adrenergic antagonist (phentolamine), prostaglandin (Alprostadil), and vasodilator (papaverine) combined into a single injection.
When the right dose is administered, Trimix results in an immediate erection (5 – 20 minutes) with increased hardness and retention (stamina) that patients can rely on with confidence. Most men who take Trimix report positive effects and strong erections.
Trimix compound injections help improve blood flow for an erection. You can only find Trimix at specialized compounding pharmacies. Trimix is made in a sterile environment and compounded to your needs. The Alprostadil common in Trimix is also available in FDA-approved erectile dysfunction medications like Edex and Caverject.
Erectile dysfunction or impotence is the inability to keep and get an erection firm enough for sex. ED often occurs because of issues during any phase of the erection activity. Increased blood flow into your penis will cause an erection. Direct contact with your penis or sexual thought often stimulates this blood flow.
ED is not necessarily a concern but can cause stress, affect self-confidence, and contribute to relationship problems. It is reported that about 30 million US men have ED. If you have problems getting or keeping an erection, this can also be a sign of an underlying health condition needing treatment. Lack of an erection can also be a risk factor for heart disease.
Talk to your doctors. Sometimes, treating an underlying condition is enough to reverse erectile dysfunction. You may also need medications like Trimix injections to get an erection. Don’t be upset, there are things you can do to solve this problem. If you suspect you have erectile dysfunction, the symptoms might be:
- Trouble getting an erection
- Trouble Keeping an erection
- Reduced sexual desire
Stages of Hair Growth
The first phase is the anagen or growth phase. PRP will stimulate the proliferation of the dermal papilla and increase the development of new blood vessels of the dermal papilla.
In the second phase, the catagen or transition phase, PRP will delay apoptosis (cell death) of the dermal papilla cells, allowing hair to grow longer and stronger before it detaches from blood supply at the bulb. This stage lasts around 3 weeks.
Telogen is the third stage of hair growth and is referred to as the resting phase. The hair will remain in the root while new hair begins to develop beneath it.
The exogen or final stage is when new hair will come through the follicle. PRP in this cycle allows the new hair to develop faster in the follicle and nourishes the hairs that preparing to shed, allowing them to remain in the root longer.
The overall affect results in decrease shedding followed by early regrowth and increased length of individual hair.