How do you take Invicorp?
It's important to read the enclosed leaflet carefully before using Invicorp. It should only be used after obtaining a prescription from a UK registered doctor and you must not take any other medicines for erectile dysfunction at the same time as Invicorp.
Invicorp is intended for direct injection into the spongy tissue on either side of the shaft of the penis (intracavernous injection). A doctor or nurse will show you how to carry out the first injection and you must check the instructions in the patient information leaflet for information on preparing for the injection. If you cannot remember how to administer the injection, you should consult your doctor. You must not try to use the injection if you are unsure what to do.
The usual dose is the injection of one ampoule (25 micrograms of aviptadil (vasoactive intestinal polypeptide) and 2 mg of phentolamine mesilate). You must inject the whole of the contents of the ampoule each time the product is administered.
You must not administer more than one ampoule per day, and not exceed three injections per week. Each ampoule contains the correct amount for a single injection.
Who should use Invicorp?
The Pharmacy2U Online Doctor service can only supply Invicorp to men subject to an online consultation, and importantly who have already been prescribed this before and who have been shown how to use the treatment. Invicorp is only appropriate for patients who have tried the oral medicines for ED without any success, and who may also have had little or no success with Caverject or other alprostadil injections.