Hi from England. I think that at 2 months out from surgery and having had a problem with blockages it is a little early to start thinking of further treatment for incontinence. My own healing took 3 to 4 months before I had say 90% control over leaking, and apart from an infection I had no other problems after the op. Good luck, and I am sure you will notice some improvement over the next few weeks. By the way I found pads very hot and sticky whilst I was using them, but that was during the summer months.
Diagnosed February 2009. Gleason 6, Psa 7.2, 12 core biopsy, and then Mri scan, which showed organ specific.
DaVinci at Addenbrookes, Cambridge, England 18th May 2009. Nerves removed one side.
Catheter in for 8 days, no pain, no post op problems apart from an infection, cleared with antibiotics.
Some aching around the penis, which still occurs.
6 week psa 0.1, post op pathology all good, confirming pre op tests. Ed a problem, no treatment as yet.
Light ladies pad during the day, just to control a slight dampness and a Tena for men pad at night for occassional leakage.
Awaiting 3 month consultation at the moment.
Sept 09 - still awaiting consultation. 99% dry during the day, tena pad at night just in case.
Sept 18th 09. PSA less than 0.1
Sept 29th follow up consultation at Addenbrookes. All ok at the moment
Virtually dry at the moment.