ED Injections in Winnipeg
ED Injections in Winnipeg are available at Tache Pharmacy. Are you looking to buy erectile dysfunction injections in Winnipeg? We can help. Our compounding pharmacy laboratory regularly makes Trimix injections and Quadmix injections.
Your doctor will need to provide you a prescription for ED injections. You can provide our ED prescription form to your doctor.
ED penile injections and erectile dysfunction information consultations are the most popular pharmacist consultations we perform.
Don’t feel comfortable injecting yourself? Perhaps our Trimix Intraurethal Gel might be a good option for you? Call or email us to find out more.
A study by Tai Young Ahn et al titled “Trimix intracavernosal injection therapy in the patients with erectile dysfunction” concluded the following:
If you would like more information on penile injections, Trimix intraurethal gel or ED pharmacist consultations call us today at (204) 233-3469 , email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit our contact us page for more contact information.
Do you have a prescription for trimix or quadmix? Feel free to use our online prescription order form to submit your prescription to us.
You can download and print off this ED Prescription Form and take it to your doctor.
What are penile injections used for?
Erectile dysfunction penile injections are used by men, affected by erection problems, in order to produce an erection which is satisfactory for sexual intercourse.
Trimix and Quadmix injections are usually used by men when oral medications such as Viagra, Cialis and Levitra are no longer effective.
Have you undergone a prostatectomy and you are wondering if ED injections are right for you?
A study conducted by Alan Saleh et al. in 2015 and published in Research and Reports in Urology under the title “Management of erectile dysfunction post-radical prostatectomy”, found the following:
What are the active ingredients in ED injections?
The active ingredients in the penile injections Trimix and Quadmix are alprostadil, papaverine, phentolamine and atropine.
Trimix contains only three of the ingredients; alprostadil, papaverine and phentolamine.
Quadmix contains all four ingredients. Alprostadil, papaverine, phentolamine and atropine.
Download our Tri-mix and Quad-Mix Patient Information Sheet.
Are there any special precautions or side effects with ED injections?
Potential side effects with Trimix and Quadmix include:
- Injection site bruising/bleeding/scar tissue formation
- Penile pain
- Prolonged erection
Please note that penile pain and injection site bruising/bleeding can be minimized with proper injection techniques. These techniques are very clearly taught during our ED pharmacist consultations.
These medications should not be used by or should be used with caution in men who:
- Are allergic to any of the ingredients
- Have a condition which predisposes them to prolonged erections (priapism) which includes sickle cell anemia, multiple myeloma or leukemia
- Anatomical deformation of the penis
- Have a penile implant
- Have been told by their physician that sexual activity is inadvisable or contraindicated
Are there special storage instructions for the erectile dysfunction penile injections?
These injections need to be stored in the freezer.
How long does it take to get ED injections?
Our compounding pharmacy lab regularly makes Trimix and Quadmix injections and we carry it in stock. This means in most cases you can get the penile injections the same day.
To learn more about erectile dysfunction visit https://www.healthlinkbc.ca/health-topics/hw112768
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