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I had an injection during a Doppler ultrasound of the penile blood vessels. My erection did not go down after the test. I returned to the hospital where they gave me several more penile injections of another drug to try to get it to go down. I was in agony for a couple of hours during this process. Just as they were getting a surgical team together to solve the problem, it started to go down. After this experience, I decided to abandon my attempts to get an erection.
A friend of mine swears by injections + daily 5mg. cialis. Not all pharmacists up here feel competent to dispense tri-mix and will defer you to the ones that will. I, the squeamish type, and weekend warrior swear by the 20 mg Cialis. What works for me might not work for you. - p (Alaska, USA)