Your path report sounds excellent.
As far as the bleeding goes, I had a little during my first post-op week and after that nothing. The blood is probably a result pushing too hard during a bowel movement. A tablespoon of milk of magnesia once a day helped me keep my stools soft. When I was on the toilet all I had to do was think about pooping and everything just slid right out. If you get your stool loosened up and don't do anything physical for several days the bleeding will probably go away.
We have a family history of PCa. My Dad and uncle died from it at 65 and 53. My PSA velocity increased in the last 2 years and I had to talk my GP into refering me to a urologist.
Biopsy results: 5 of 11 cores positive, all 30%. Gleason 6. T1c. PSA 2.53 Date of biopsy 15MAY08.
Open RRP at Johns Hopkins with Dr. Partin on 09JUL08.
Pathology report: Gleason 6, pT2, neg. margins, 0 lymph node and seminal vessical, organ confined, I lost 1 nerve bundle and 22 lymph nodes.
As of today, about a month after surgery, I feel at about 80%. Urinary control seems to be improving. Little Elvis has taken a nap and has not awakened yet. I hope when he wakes up he is well rested because he is going to get one heck of a workout.