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Trimix Injection Dosage
Probably yes: The original FDA approved penile injection was "Caverject." " I am not sure if this is still available domestically, but it consisted of one prostaglandin shown to facilitate erections. Today, compounding pharmacies across the U.S. which are FDA regulated and approved, are marketing compounded preparations of prostaglandins containing not one but two or three components. Hence. Better results. ...Read more
Trimix gives me an erection but I can't ejaculate. Viagra (sildenafil) erections were unreliable but I could cum. Why?
Check w/urologist: Either product can help erectile dysfunction, but neither will guarantee ejaculation which is a psychological and nervous system response. Depends a lot on the situation and sexual stimulation, not on an erection. The two responses are separate. Use what works best. Check w/your urologist. ...Read more
I have erectile dysfunction can I use numing cream or spray for my trimix shots and kind can I use?
Here are some. ..: Congratulate for initiating and following the the instructions to care for ED. For your "innovating" idea, I would highly advised to bring what the ideas you may have to the treating doctor who should be able to help you move to the next step of care in a safe and sensible way. Remember: Medicine would & will never cure anyone for anything, but just adjust those modifiable things with... ...Read more
?? Your question??: You stated a broad category of interest but no question. Each question to the site should be self contained with background info and a clear question. Start over and submit a clear question and someone on the site can review it. Questions are not linked. ...Read more
No it is not: It is waste of money and time. Stay in natural form! ...Read more
In most B12: Deficiencies the problem is with a stomach cofactor which helps with absorption. That is why most patients have to go with injecctions. ...Read more
Not protected: As is true with any vaccine, if you don't get all the doses, you don't get all the protection. The danger in not being properly of fully immunized is that you are then still susceptible to that particular infection. If you had some doses, your risk of infection decreases, but full protection only occurs with completion of the series, and for some immunizations, routine boosters. ...Read more
Depends on illness: Vitamin B12 is a vitamin, which means it is a chemical that the body needs. If a child has an illness that leads to B12 deficiency, that child can take B12 orally or via shots, depending on the doctor's advice. Injecting a child with B12 to try to affect the language delay, but who is not deficient in B12, is hopefully not the case here. We don't poke kids unless there is a very good reason. ...Read more
Are the dosages of B12 injections available over-the-counter in medical spas lower than that prescribed by pcp?
No, but: No but your pcp can tell you if you truly need B12 replacement, if yes why, how much, etc. ...Read more
How long and what dosage of Klor-Con would get a hypokalemia patient secondary to B12 injection back to normal?
I'm 19, female, and I need the right methylcobalamin injections dosage for low B12 = 128 with depression symptoms.
Seek out cause: At your age, pernicious anemia is unusual, and would wonder about an intestinal parasite causing lack of b-12 absorption. A quest for the etiology is of value, as some autoimmune disorders may cause havoc with other organ systems. Treatment is best given via, intramuscular injections provided at least once monthly, 1, 000 mcg each. Please consult a hematologist and psychiatrist. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is 22mg of methotrexate injections a high dose or just high for a 6 y/0 with jra to start off with? Please list possibly side effects at this dosage?
Toward high...: While there are variables-size and weight; severity of the condition- I start most adults on this dose and children 15-20mg. But one cannot really say. Certainly for the short term I would not expect issues. One question I would ask: did the medicine get started by a rheumatologist or pediatric rheumatologist! ...Read more
Second time doing IUI what should I expect. Why my doctor increase the dosage of bravelle (urofollitropin)? . Are these injections effective?
Bravelle (urofollitropin): No need to increase dose if you ovulated with 1-2 follicles. Increasing the dose will only increase chances of multiple pregnancy (not good!). These injections are very effective with pregnancy rates around 15-18% per cycle with iui. You should expect the same as the first time. ...Read more
Because I am on my first Depo-Provera injection, will my second dosage make breakthrough bleeding disappear? And is feeling more eating a normal side affect?
My test level is 103. I am not responding to androgel. What is the max dose of test injections I can get? I am 43, in good shape and eat properly.
Here are some. ..: Repeat T-level test some one month after using Androgel or 2-3 days and soon before testosterone injection so to correlate patient's low-T-related clinical symptoms with T-level and confirm its adequacy of usage. The dose of injectable T is about 200 - 250 mg. Meanwhile, one has to understand T-level is not everything and needs to work on lifestyle to eliminate stress, obesity, high BP, etc.. .. ...Read more
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