I would encourage you. It looks like a promising pathology. Isn't it great to have the surgery behind you, and also no more biopsy's. I too had a Lupron shot, and it took a while for that to wear itself off. Because of my biopsy the doc cut a little wider and my pathology is similar to yours. The things associated with incontenence will continue to gradually improve and become less intrusive.
We will continue to follow your progress. Blessings.
Original data - pre-operation
T1C clinical diagnosis, Needle biopsy - 10 cores, Gleason 7 = 3+4 in 1 core (40%), 7 cores Gleason 6 = 3+3 ranging from 5% to 12%
All scans negative
Lupron administered 4/9/2008 for 4 months (with idea I would undergo external beam radiation followed by seed implants - then I changed my mind).
Robotic DiVinci surgery - Dr. Fagin (Austin) May 19th
Post operative - pathology
pT2c NX MX
Margins - negative
Extraprostatic extension - negative
seminal vesicle invasion - uninvolved
1st Post PSA <.04