Sharing in case some of this might be useful to someone here.
First, the urologist said he thinks I am doing great. He is not prone to making those types of comments, so I was pleasantly surprised to hear those words. Hope things continue well.
He said the fact that I leak while pumping is a non-issue.
Although I am not having unassisted erections yet, he is pleased that the vacuum pump is producing them without any problems. He said that is a promising sign and encouraged me to keep pumping.
Suggested I continue taking Viagra 3 times a week, plus using the pump at least once a day...twice if time permits.
Wants to wait at least two more months before prescribing injections. He suggested starting with Caverject. I told him I would prefer to start with bimix. He seems fine with that.
I was very concerned that since I have had Peyronie's since I was 33 years old, I might not be a candidate for injections, but he said that in my case at least, it should not be a problem.....so that is a big relief. My curvature is relatively slight and did not prevent me from having good sexual relations prior to my PC surgery. Like everyone else, I hope one day to have erections without a pump and without injections, but I want some decent way to have them, and injections sound much better than the pump from what people here have stated.
We talked a little about radiation therapy. If it is determined in late April (after next PSA) that I need it, it will probably begin in mid to late May.
That's about it...nothing earth shattering, but perhaps someone will see something here that is of use.