I am really sympathetic to your situation and don't blame you for the "mad-sad" commentary as I'm sure most of us would feel the same way. However, speaking optimistically, there is usually a solution to most problems and I'm sure the good people on this forum will try their best to help you.
One thing from my standpoint is that I am a little confused on several issues from your post. Do you mean that you will lose your job after 30 days out or keep your job and just have to pay for your insurance? As others have said, even if you are without the job you almost certainly will be able to keep insurance via COBRA and you certainly want to do stay insured throughout your treatment.
Also, I'm with the others re the 3-6 month question. Unless there is something very different about your case that is not divulged in your post, it seems that timeframe is way longer than normal. I did not choose surgery but investigated it thoroughly. I was told that I should be able to resume normal activites much sooner than the timeframe you indicate. Again, however, my "normal" may not be as physical and your "normal" so it's hard to assess this without knowing more about your particular situation.
Finally, and this thought may be somewhat controversial and please don't think I'm trying to second guess your treatment decision. However, by choosing surgery you have made a decision for "invasive" over "non-invasive" and, by defintion, have most likely opted for a longer initial recovery period. Usually the initial recovery period is only one of many issues men consider when deciding on treatment options. But, if that becomes your overwhelming issue, you might consider another treatment option if your case permits it. Again, please don't think I am trying to second guess your decision making...I'm simply trying to help you solve your problem and this treatment option review may or may not be reasonable from your standpoint.
Please let us know how you progress...