ICP

ICP stands for intracavernosal pharmacotherapy.  It is also know as intracavernosal injection therapy or penile injection therapy.

ICP is a compounded injectable medication that is intended for injection into the side of the penis.

It is often referred to as trimix or quadmix.

ICP is an excellent method of achieiving a great erection.

We use several compounding pharmacies that provide ICP for our patients.  The cost is usually around $10 per dose.  All of the compounding pharmacies that we use are accredited by PCAB - the Pharmacy Compounding Accreditation Board.


This is in sharp contrast to some of the national 
chain ED providers, like the Boston Medical Group, who usually charge substantially more than this.

The compounding pharmacies that we use can duplicate any prescription that any physician has written for ICP - saving our patients a lot of money.

Patients who are already using ICP and merely want to be followed by our practice and have their ICP prescription filled by one of the compounding pharmacies that we use will only be charged a $150 consultation fee for their first visit with the doctor.  Patients will have to be seen by our doctor in our Jericho, New York office for an initial consultation before any prescription could be filled.

Many of our patients who do not live in the NY metro area say that they save so much money by getting their ICP from the compounding pharmacies we use, that it pays for them to make a trip to the Big Apple.

This is both convenient and cost effective for the patient.

Please see our penile injection therapy pages for more information on penile injection therapy.
 

 
 

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