May 5, 2014
Thanks for your response
My partner goes to the VA so we will ask about this issue there. I did check on the cost of Trimix and found that it was about $30 per dose, but maybe I was looking at the wrong pharmacy. Also, they offered a gel that was something like Muse, in that it was "injected" in the urethra. Do you know anything about these products? That would certainly be preferable to a needle, and would solve the coumidin issue. I suspect that even if the docs didn't reject it, my partner would due to easier bruising.
At present we use Viagra that he gets from the VA (4 pills a month), or "Viagra" from online pharmacies. I would rather not use the latter. I used to be able to get Levitra from the Whitman Walker Clinic here in DC. For some reason, every September the price would drop to about 30 cents a pill - I think something to do with their nonprofit status. But they cut me off, saying that I wasn't going there for my regular primary care. So we are looking for other options.
Thanks again for your help.
Response from Mr. Vergel
Muse is effective but not as much as Trimix for erectile function. However, it may be more beneficial for your partner since it is not an injectable. It may take some getting used to, though.
For your own case, you can get 5 mls of Trimix (which would be good for 35 erections) for about $80 at compounding pharmacies like empowerrxpharmacy.com or apsmeds.com. You would need a prescription from a doctor. The starting dose is 0.12 mls.
I hope this helps!
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