ORLANDO, Fla., June 5 /PRNewswire/ -- New research presented at the recent American Urological Association Conference by Urologist Joel L. Marmar, M.D., showed that among men who previously failed to achieve erections on Viagra, Levitra and Cialis type tablets, 40% achieved an erection sufficient for penetration during sexual intercourse after given a single dose of a novel treatment called TriMix gel.
The research involved forty two (42) men diagnosed with erectile dysfunction and various other conditions such as high blood pressure, high cholesterol, diabetes and removal of the prostate. The average age was 55. All trial participants had previously failed on Viagra, Levitra or Cialis type tablets.
Test results were documented using various methodologies such as penile buckling pressures, RigiScans (an instrument that documents penile rigidity) and Erection Hardness Scores (EHS). All test participants experienced some degree of tumescence or increased blood flow and 17 of the patients or 40%, experienced erections sufficient for penetration during sexual intercourse.
Typically, trimix compound in liquid form requires refrigeration and the patient must use a needle to self inject. TriMix gel does not require refrigeration and does not use a needle. It allows the patient to carry the medicine on his person at room temperature. More importantly, an ED patient would not have to use a needle to self inject before sexual intercourse.
Dr. Marmar stated, "Among a group of men who previously failed to
achieve erections on Viagra, Levitra and Cialis type tablets, TriMix-gel
demonstrated statistically significant greater Erection Hardness Scores.
TriMix gel may offer ED patients an elegant alternative to penile
For more information visit http://www.trimixgel.com
Cherry Hill, NJ
TJ (at) TriMixgel (dot) com
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