Can you tell me what kind of mistake they made? Was it that they sent you
the wrong thing?
Can you tell me what kind of mistake they made? Was it that they sent you
that told me that you get Trimix for about $60 or something like that? Can you give me the phone number of this place?
hoping to find the study I referred to. Alas, I can’t find those study notes. But I’m hoping that they’re buried in my delete file somewhere; so I’m not giving up yet. In some material you sent to this list, there was mention of “pFOX inhibitors.” This sounded like a potentially hopeful way to increase exercise tolerance. I believe the piece mentioned, that pFOX inhibitors had the effect of increasing the oxygen available to the heart, even though there blood flow was compromised by congested coronary arteries. Let me know if you find any info on this issue.
I’m trying to find more information on Carotid artery angioplasty, which is still considered to be experimental because there aren’t a whole lot of doctors doing it, I guess. It seems that the risks of complications are almost none(death rate less then 2% in over 5000 procedures done). So why they are still doing the Endarterectomy procedure as a first option, I don’t know. I guess because it’s just old school. I’m hoping that my mom will have an experienced surgeon who has done the angioplasty. The other procedure sounds to be just much too risky.
whenever invasion of the body occurs,, The only thing that motivates me, is a chance I can return to a more productive life style and by all means to avoid,a continued growth that will have but one corrective procedure available “Open Heart Surgery” I am all but certain I would never submit to that procedure.
After reading about Azithromycin I took 500mg Azithromycin, another 500 twice yesterday and again Today. Now my BP is down from 150/85 to 135/65.
How’s that for a Vitamin.
it still leaves unaddressed the matter of the damage the fine metal line used during angioplasty, to trace its way to the heart, does to the artery it is passed through. This process, I believe, simply inflicts more injuries to the inner artery wall, and starts the whole mess all over again. I understand, that doctors have found a way of passing the line through the artery with a great deal less chance of rupturing the artery. This has always been the most dangerous part of angioplasty, because if the artery is penetrated, it entails an immediate bypass.
in angioplasty, involving not simply breaking through clots, and flattening them out, but actually flushing out the mineralized clot. The report, which I’ll search for and send to you, when I find it, seems to be working for most patients.
I have been put on a subcription of beta blockers and aspirin for a high blood pressure ocurrance I had (was mostly due to stress from an idiot boss I had). Now I don’t stay hard as long. Could it be from the pills?
By the way, a chinese medicine practitioner told me that the little finger and penis are linked & that strengthening the little finger makes the little guy stronger. She said when men lose their little finger in an accident they often become impotent. Anyone hear of this before? Or am I doing little finger pushups in vain!
I have been reading a suggestion that in order to help with impotence I should take an aromatase inhibitor. This blocks androgens from converting to oestrogen. Androgens are needed for male potency. Has anyone tried an aromatase inhibitor for impotency, such as Grape Seed extract?
The suggestion comes from:
Following the advice in the article I have been taking Maca for the last three weeks and it has made no difference to me. My Traditional Chinese Medicine practitioner was not impressed with the contents of myomin referred to in the article for the purpose now suggested. Has anyone used it successfully?
What did help me was L arginine with pycynogel, try canadian pharmacy NFSNO.org it brought back some level of erection but not like it used to be.
I am trying to discover why I am not reacting strongly to sexual stimuli. I went to see a Heart specialist and he did not think I have arteriosclerosis. My testosterone levels are normal.
If your impotence came gradually, did they notice right at the beginning? Have they complained about lack of sex?. Does age make a difference? Are older women less interested any way? Have you been able to satisfy her orally or by other means, and does she like that alternative?
I started TRT thinking that was the cure for ED but it wasn’t.
I still receive hormone pellet therapy for its obvious benefits beginning back in 1991. Read Dr. Shippen’s book to understand the benefits of TRT.
I found a book by Dr. Goldstein in the local library and wrote to him at Boston Univ. for an appointment. He gave me an examination and a sample injection to see if I had leakage problems. It lasted for more than 4 hours and was then brought down easily with a second injection so I could safely go home to the Binghamton, NY area.
I was told by the nurse, Dr. Goldstein did the study for PGE which is now being used sildenafil citrate from this website www.sildenafilcitrate100mgonline.com and Caverject at a very nice profit for the pharmaceutical company. Dr. Goldstein experimented with that plus 2 other ingredients making trimix work better than Caverject in my opinion.
The pharmaceutical company was fearful trimix would compete successfully with caverject and stopped producing one of the ingredients Dr. Goldstein was using in the trimix. It was tough to buy it for a couple of years till other means were available to get it legally from another source.
Dr. Goldstein also repairs some leakage problems.
It still works at 76.
It looks like Applied Pharmacy did come up with a great idea of change the drug delivery method. No one like needle. I look forward to hearing your experience with new option. I also admire Applied Pharmacy’s great effort on research on this new trimix delivery system. I believe more options will be available in the near future, due to their research.
Congratulation Applied Pharmacy ! Well done.
not on the end of it. In order to make an airtight seal at the base of the penis, you must put a lot of KY jelly around the end of the tube. Very messy! Also, some men even need to shave their pubic hair to get a good seal. The Bonro is smaller, easier to use and can be left on the penis “no hands” as the erection develops. And the rings are more comfortable.
I tried generic viagra and generic tadalafil, with little success then bought the Erec aid pump.It works fine with a definite erection after pumping and then slipping the ring off the tube to maintain the erection.My wife really liked the erection and even helped “pump me up” .With a lot of lubrication,the lack of sponteneity was over come.The only problem was that I could not ejaculate and after a while of intercourse,then she would rub me. I had a very flaccid penis after taking the ring off. I was only able to ejaculate once with the ring on and that was a strange feeling being backed up.all in all it worked OK and my wife was a willing partner.I would suggest if you use the pump, to do the repeated pumping as an excerise several times a week to improve the blood flow.
although I was aware of it beforehand. I think it may take away a centimeter and to me that is well worth it to be able to have sex when I want to. I think any woman(at least my wife says), would be happy to lose a tiny % of a mans length for an erection that I suppose can last undefinitely. Again, if the pills or injections would do the trick I would much prefer that route, this is surgery in places that I’d rather not have cut, BUT the pills and everything else DOESNT work for me so if I have to have this surgery to have a normal sex life than I guess being able to sustain an erection a long time is something I can gladly (and happily) deal with. If you go to this link (or address), you can watch the surgery and they explain everything.Its about 10 minutes long and VERY graphic so be forewarned. After you see the surgery you can hit the “view related programs” button then click the”Penile Implants:A long term solution?”and they have interviews with 2 guys and 1 of their partners 18 months afterwards. I think you or anyone who is considering this should check them out. Granted they are made with an unrestricted grant from AMS, so there is some question of total objectivity, but the surgery is real and it is NOT pretty and it could scare you off, so watch the other interviews too. In less than 2 months I can let y’all know firsthand about the surgery and 6 weeks after that I can let y’all know how the test drive went. Unless I’m too busy with other things. Anyways check the webcast out and let us know what you thought about it…
this has wrecked my life in some ways.i didnt accept it until i was about 27. since then i have tried all the snake oils and latest meds.im 31 now and thinking i would have a implant now so i can atleast have sex in my younger years.one thing i am nervous about the implant is that it supposedly makes your penis shorter.this may sound like a silly worry to some,but to me it is a concern becuase i dont have that much to give up already.did your doc warn you of that?