My first post to you. Let me start by saying that I really think your "handle", Purgatory, is spot on, since in one word it describes your situation and condition. "Brevity is the soul of wit."
On to the subject at-hand, so to speak, a name for Mr. SupraPube: I prefer to use a male name, since he will become a part of your anatomy for a good while.
First, try Little Richard, servant of Big D***. (Good golly, Miss Molly, sure like to ball.)
Or, how about Robin, ward of Batman. (Holy hardwood, Batman!)
Or, Tonto, kemo sabe to the Lone Ranger. (Tonto, we are surrounded by savages. What do you mean we, white-eyes?)
Or, Pancho, side-kick to the Cisco Kid. ( Oh Pancho. Oooh Seesco!) (Got to be really old to get this one.)
But, since you are from SC, and I live in NC, and we are in the heart of NASCAR country, if he were mine, I'd name him after one of NASCAR's old time hard drivers, and call him Junior. Junior Johnson.
Take your pick.
All the best.
Age 67 at diagnosis. Treated for coronary artery disease (CAD) since 1998, and under control with medications.
2/6/09 Routine physical, with DRE and PSA Test. PSA 4.02. Referred to Uro
4/20/09 TRUS w/needle biopsy
4/23/09 Diagnosis PCa with Gleason 4+3 in 2/2 cores, Gleason 3+3 in 5/10 cores.
CT scan and Bone Scan both negative. Stage T2C.
8/27/09 DaVinci RP at WakeMed Cary NC with Dr. Tortora. Discharged 8/28.
9/8/09 Catheder removed. Path post-surgery confirms PCa, with Gleason 3+3 with scattering of 4. Positive margins in L & R posterior, R and L seminal vesicles, with perineural invasion. Stage T3b.
9/23/09 PSA blood work, with f/u with Uro on 9/30 for results.
Initial incontinence pretty bad, starting w/6 Depends pants/day. Gradually getting better, with dramatic reduction in leakage around 9/20. Currently on 1 pad during the day and one Depends at night (for security). Actually totally dry at night. (Pressure off the bladder neck?)