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  1. I have been using Bi-Mix for 8 months about 2 times a week almost no good results. Has anyone else had this experience?

    1. I tried all three differenct compounds, found trimix works the best. Sometimes you may not be injecting far enough, had a couple of trials and errors myself. Have you had the doctor show you how? Near the base works best.

    2. have you had a very painful erection with trimix?

  2. Thus far I have tried Cialis and Stendra with no results. However, now nine months since my surgery, I'm noticing some additional blood flow when aroused. I'm hoping this is a sign of good things to come. Will Jones ProstateCancer.net Moderator

    1. As my doctor pointed out it is a muscle and needs to be used/exercised. Nerves are the slowest to regenerate, some quicker then others.

  3. Sounds about like me I have been doing BiMix injections with not a lot of results. But like you feel I’m getting some feeling movement down there. Good luck

    1. Same here been using bi mix for about a year now

  4. I have used the pump and ring, cavajet with some success but for me painful once injected and can last for 3 1/2 hours! I have recently tried viagra in the hope it would help blood flow and reduce the amount I need to inject. Low and behold it works on its own! It shouldn’t as I had non nerve sparing surgery but it does! 👍😎🙂 3 1/2 years after surgery so never give up, keep stimulating the mind and your tackle and I hope you get a result somewhere along the way! Chris ProstateCancer.net moderator

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