Tri-Mix: What is it?
Physicians often prescribe Tri-Mix injection to help patients with erectile dysfunction (ED). Around 15-30 million male patients in the United States are affected by ED. This site is for educational and informational purposes. Any information provided on this site should not be used to self-diagnose or treat erectile dysfunction. Your physician should be consulted regarding any treatment options, internet information or for any recommendations and to make sure that they are safe for you and your situation. Tri-Mix has not been approved by the FDA.
The information regarding dosing listed on this site is based on commonly dispensed strengths at pharmacies or from various studies enlisted under the studies linked on this site. Prior to administration of any medication, doses and strengths should be individualized for each patient. Your physician must write a prescription for Tri-Mix injection and it should be filled at a pharmacy with experience in sterile compounding.
The information on this website should not be used to diagnose or treat patients without the specific direction and supervision of a physician. You should consult with a physician who knows your medical history and current medical conditions before using Tri-Mix or any erectile dysfunction treatments. Your treatment should be individualized for you by a prescribing physician. Tri-Mix is for the treatment of Erectile Dysfunction and is not approved by the FDA. Tri-Mix requires a prescription and can only be filled at a compounding pharmacy.