Difficult To Treat Erectile Dysfunction Patients
TriMix Laboratories introduces TriMix-gel as an alternative for patients who fail on Viagra type pills and cannot or will not self inject with a needle.
With twenty million American men currently suffering with ED, current treatments are sufficient in many cases, but there remain more and more men who can't tolerate the side effects of Viagra type pills and cannot bring themselves to self inject with a needle.
TriMix-gel is not an herbal remedy. It contains prescription medications listed in the US Pharmacopoeia. The active ingredients in this compounded medicine, prostaglandin, papaverine and phentolamine, have been tested and widely prescribed by physicians for many years.
Typically, trimix for injection would have to be refrigerated and then self injected at time of use. But this new compound in gel form called TriMix- gel, allows the patient to carry the medicine on his person at room temperature. More importantly, an ED patient will not have to use a needle to self inject himself before sexual intercourse.
TriMix-gel doesn't require needles because it uses a novel methodology. At the time of use, before sexual intercourse, the patient uses an "all-in-one" application device which stores, mixes and applies the medicine. The patient does not need a needle for self injection. And the medicine does not require refrigeration.
To obtain the medicine, a patient needs to visit his physician for a thorough ED examination and if appropriate, the patient will be prescribed this medicine by his own doctor. The doctor can fax the prescription to the pharmacy (877-387-4649) and the pharmacy will ship the medicine directly to the patient. Applied Pharmacy Services, Inc., a licensed pharmacy in Mobile, AL has been chosen as the exclusive compounding pharmacy for TriMix-gel (877-887-4649).
T.J. Harkins, President of TriMix Laboratories says, "Physicians have been looking for a new delivery method for these medications for a long time and TriMix-gel is exactly what ED patients have been asking for."
The profession of pharmacy has always been based on the patient-physician- pharmacist relationship, known as the "Triad." Through this "Triad" relationship, patient needs are determined by a physician, who chooses a treatment regimen that may include a compounded medication. Physicians often prescribe compounded medications for various reasons, such as when a patient cannot ingest a medication in its available form. A pharmacist can prepare the medication in cream, liquid, gel or other form that the patient can more easily take.