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   Posted 7/13/2010 9:15 AM (GMT -6)   
Hi All,
I know this is a hard  question to answer but I'm looking for other people's experiences.  My husband is having ralp 8/9 and has put in for a two week leave-he has a lot more sick leave saved up but is hoping to go back to work then.  He's in excellent health, exercises daily, eats very well ect ect.  He's a very active person who hates sitting around.  He has an office job, but I don't think he has any idea that he's just not going to bounce back immediately.  Can some of you who've had the same treatment tell me how long it was before you went back and your experiences-maybe reading them will give him a more realistic idea.  I know everyone is different, but a sampling of a few different people would really help.
Thanks ,
Husband diagnosed 3/10
Age 56, PSA 4.7, free 7.6%
Biopsy 5 of 10 cores positve-all right side-25% to 57%
Gleason 6
DaVinci surgery with Dr. Vip Patel scheduled 8/9/10

Steve n Dallas
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   Posted 7/13/2010 9:21 AM (GMT -6)   
I missed 8 working days but could have retured to my office job a little sooner.
Age 55   - 5'11"   215lbs
Overall Heath Condition - Good
PSA - July 2007 & Jan 2008 -> 1.3
Biopsy - 03/04/08 -> Gleason 6 
06/25/08 - Da Vinci robotic laparoscopy
05/14/09  - 4th Quarter PSA -> less then .01
11/20/09 - 18 Month PSA -> less then .01
05/18/10 - 24 Month PSA -> less then .01
Surgeon - Keith A. Waguespack, M.D.

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   Posted 7/13/2010 9:21 AM (GMT -6)   
Hi - I had the robotic surgery on Dec 15, 2009, and returned to work Jan 4, 2010 - 20 days off. I too have mostly an office job (Professor), but did have to be on feet for teaching that week. Other than being a bit tired, I was fine. I had the catheter in for two weeks, however, due to leakage detected at the urethra-bladder reconstruction after one week. I would not have been comfortable going back to work with a leg bag. I think having a two week goal is admirable, although it might be ambitious.
Diagnosed 9/4/09, age 59
PSA 3.5, up from 1.8 year before
First biopsy showed 3/10 positive cores, Gleason 3+3, less than 10% involvement in all three cores, diagnosed as T2a; prostate size estimated at 32 gram
Thinking of Active Surveillance but
Second biopsy showed 5/10 positive cores, Gleason 3+3, left side (4 postitive cores) had 40% involvement
RRP on 12/15/09, home 12/16
Catheter out on 12/29/09 (failed cystogram earlier)
Path report was all good news, Gleason 3+3, no margin involvement, no perineural involvement, everything clean other than core of prostate, tumor on both sides, but more prevalent on left side, 5% involvement, 42 gram organ
Within two days down to one pad a day, pad free at six weeks
Back to work 1/4/10
First PSA 1/28/10 - nondetectable (<0.1)
Second PSA June 2, 2010 - nondetectable (<0.1)
Next PSA 12/16/10
ED present, although at times there is improvement with daily pump and 100 mg Viagra (or 20 mg Levitra)

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   Posted 7/13/2010 10:01 AM (GMT -6)   
Thanks Steve and Profman-after reading your replies I'm feeling a bit more positive about his plans-which we all know can go out the window! Anyway, I hope he will do as well as you both have.


Husband diagnosed 3/10
Age 56, PSA 4.7, free 7.6%
Biopsy 5 of 10 cores positve-all right side-25% to 57%
Gleason 6
DaVinci surgery with Dr. Vip Patel scheduled 8/9/10

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   Posted 7/13/2010 10:06 AM (GMT -6)   
My doc told me to take 2 weeks from work. I work from home and i have desk job.
Looking back I should have taken 1 week more. Remember, the injury does not show outside, but lot is damaged inside to recover.
The full recovery takes many month and rest for first few weeks set the tone.

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   Posted 7/13/2010 10:12 AM (GMT -6)   
I had DaVinci in October '09.
Because I normally work from home, I was actually working short days the next week.
However, because of a driving prohibition and weight lift limits, I could not have returned to the office for at least a month, and even then could not have carried more than a laptop.

My doctor suggested planning for 5-7 weeks out of the office.

In reality, because it took 3+ months to get any type of continence back, I could not have worked in a public place, limits and suggestions aside.

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   Posted 7/13/2010 10:15 AM (GMT -6)   

I had my surgery on June 1.

I work at home, mostly doing work on a computer.

I was back full time in a week. But I did not do any lifting over 5 pounds and every couple of hours I would lay down for 15 minutes. I also would stand up and walk around for a minute or two every 30-45 minutes. I also used an extra seat cushion for a couple of weeks that helped.

Sitting around doing nothing, stresses me out + I love my job so I was very anxious to get back to work. It worked out fine.

Here are some of my stats:
Father diagnosed with PC at age 72 - wasn't contained to prostate when found in 1992.
My PSA rose from 3.2 to 5.1 over the course of 1.5 years with Free PSA at 25% for the last two tests.
DRE showed no evidence of tumor but Uro thought my prostate was a little large for someone my age
PCa diagnosed 4/6/10 after biopsy on 4/1/10
1 out of 12 biopsy samples was positive with 5% of biopsy sample cancerous
Gleason 3+4
Da Vinci surgery on 6/1/10
Pathology report shows cancer confined to prostate and all other tissue clean
I find out first post-op PSA on July 14th

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   Posted 7/13/2010 10:15 AM (GMT -6)   
Inluding the surgery, I was off work 13 working days  - my biggest challenge was the incontinence and managing it while at work.  Not ashamed to say I had a full Depends "diaper" with a pad inside and there were times when even the double protection nearly failed.  But, I was fine otherwise, a bit tired and so forth.

Age at Dx:  56
DaVinci Prostatectomy:  10/28/98
Stage: T2C
Gleason - 3+4 = 7
Prosate:  52 grams
Incontinence - absolutely
ED - Indeed
Married, father of two (boys 18 and 17)
6 months later:  member of the "zero" club, working on one pad for 24 hours.  Took Cialis for 4 months (no apparent affect), just had my 1st tri-mix yesterday, that worked in spades!
All good here in San Diego

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   Posted 7/13/2010 10:31 AM (GMT -6)   
   I went back after 3 weeks. Things went quite well. NO LIFTING! Try to sit more than stand at first, and void often.
Best of luck,
50 Yrs. old.  DX Feb, 2010 w/6.6 PSA.
Biopsy 04-24-10, Gleason 3+3=6
4 of 5 cores left side inv. 4 of 6 rt side
RRP 06-07-10....
16 days post-op, catheter out.
Gleason upgraded to 3+4
No involvement of lymph nodes & seminal vesicle.

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   Posted 7/13/2010 11:08 AM (GMT -6)   
I took 2 weeks off and then slowly worked my way back into the swing of things. And I too exercised regularly. But if your husband goes back to work and then feels he needs more time, hopefully he will listen to his body. Good luck and keep us posted on the surgery.
Dx with PCA 12/08 2 out of 12 cores positive 4.5 psa
59 yo when diagnosed, 61 yo 2010
Robotic surgery 5/09 Atlanta, Ga
Catheter out after 10 days
Gleason upgraded to 3+5, volume less than 10%
2 pads per day, 1 depends but getting better,
 started ED tx 7/17, slow go
Post op dx of neuropathy
T2C left lateral and left posterior margins involved
3 months psa.01, 6 month psa.4, 6 1/2 month psa.5 on 11/28/10
Starting IMRT on 1/18/10, Completed 39 tx at 70 gys on 3/12/10
6 week Post IMRT PSA .44 a drop from .5 but maybe more
Great family and friends

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   Posted 7/13/2010 12:37 PM (GMT -6)   
Thanks, guys, for the replies. You all seem to do pretty well, which is encouraging, but I quess we'll just have to see how the incontinence issue goes. His surgeon has done over 3500 ralp, which I'm hoping helps, but I realize every case is different. Anyway, I'll be watching that he doesn't lift anything, rests and will make sure that he takes more time off if he needs it. Again, thanks!

Husband diagnosed 3/10
Age 56, PSA 4.7, free 7.6%
Biopsy 5 of 10 cores positve-all right side-25% to 57%
Gleason 6
DaVinci surgery with Dr. Vip Patel scheduled 8/9/10

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   Posted 7/13/2010 12:51 PM (GMT -6)   

I just had surgery 5 days ago.... I took 8 weeks (maybe extreme) just to be on the safe side. I can always go back sooner depending on how I feel. My job can at times be a little more strenuous.

Diagnosis June 1, 2010 @ age 50
PSA  1.7    Sept. 2008
PSA  2.14  Sept. 2009
PSA  2.75  April  2010
May  25, 2010  - Biopsy  1 of 12 cores positive;  Gleason 3+4 = 7  25%;   Stage T1c
June 04, 2010  - CT and Bone scan - All Negative
July  07, 2010  - Da Vinci Surgery
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   Posted 7/13/2010 12:57 PM (GMT -6)   
Hi Vam,

I've been following your recovery thread-it's been very helpful to me. Thanks.

Husband diagnosed 3/10
Age 56, PSA 4.7, free 7.6%
Biopsy 5 of 10 cores positve-all right side-25% to 57%
Gleason 6
DaVinci surgery with Dr. Vip Patel scheduled 8/9/10

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   Posted 7/13/2010 1:30 PM (GMT -6)   

I have an office job and I took 2 and half weeks off.  I probably could have gone back sooner - I was actually working from my blackberry the day after surgery and spent an hour or so a day answering emails but stayed out of the office for the 2.5 weeks. 

It seems like everyone is different so your husband's body will probably let him know when he's ready to go back. 

Diagnosed 9/09 at age 54  
PSA 6/09 1.3 
Stage 2b (biopsy done because of firmness felt on right side) 3 positive cores out of 12 (all less than 25%) Gleason 6
Surgery  1/13/10 at UP- Penn Presbyterian - Dr David Lee. Home 1/14/10 Nerves spared on both sides -Catheter removed 1/19/10  Path report scheduled for 2/11/10
Post OP Pathology Report Gleason score was upgraded to 7 (3+4)
no capsular involvement, seminal vesicles clear, lymph nodes clear, negative margins, gland involvement 2-10%
Since report was good and recovery going well next appt is now  the first psa test appt scheduled for 4/22
POST OP PSA   4/10 <0.1,
Incontinence - Initial 6 pads a day, 3 Weeks - 3 pads a day relatively dry at night , 3 Months mostly dry 0-1 pad per day
ED - yes but seeing some improvements - levitra 10 mg 2x week 3 months  100 mg almost daily

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   Posted 7/13/2010 2:42 PM (GMT -6)   
I had open surgery and was off a total of 10 working days. When I look at that I realize I am a bit of a workaholic.
63 yo
V10.46 Dx Feb-09

RRP 5-5-09

No adverse SE

PSA 6-19-09  -0-

PSA 9-21-09  -0-

1 year PSA 5-3-10  -0-

Thriving, not just surviving!

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   Posted 7/13/2010 3:06 PM (GMT -6)   
I had my catheter in for 2 weeks. I sure wasn't going anywhere with that thing. Also for the first couple of weeks I was pretty tired and took 2 naps a day. I'd vote for 3 weeks, if possible. Even using several pads a day, I was good after 3 weeks.

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   Posted 7/13/2010 3:43 PM (GMT -6)   
I'm a professor. We had about 3 1/2 weeks left in the term, so I took that time off. We then had a 2-week break.
That worked out fine. I could have returned a bit sooner.

63 years old . PSA-- 3/08--2.90; 8/09--4.01; 11/09--4.19 (Free PSA 24%),  after 45 days on cipro! DREs have always been normal. PCA-3 was about 75 (way above the 35 threshold). That led to:

Biopsy on 11/30/09. 5 out of 12 cores positive. Gleason 4+3. 2 cores were 3+3 (one 5% and the other 30%) on one side. On  other side:2 cores are 4+3 (5%)--1 core 3+4 (30%) no peri-neural invasion. prostate is 45 grams. Stage: T1C.  

Surgery with Dr. Menon at Ford Hospital, 1/26/10. He says all looked good. Spared nerves. Unfortunately: Pathology Report: G 4+3 (65%-35%). Cancer in 15% of gland. Lymph Nodes: Clear.  Perineural Invasion: yes. Seminal Vessical Involvement: No.  Extraprostatic Extension: yes.  Positive Margin: Yes-- focal-- 1 spot .5mm. Final Weight is 52.7 gms.  (Second opinion from Jon Epstein at Hopkins confirmed these results)

 Incontinence: joined that club-- definite leaks—1 pad/day. Night is dry, was  using 1 pad at night for security, but pretty much dispensed with that most nights. Update: no pads at night. No pads while at home, but still very uncomfortable. Use 1 pad for out-of-house activities. Suddenly got MUCH better on 3/10/10, almost overnight. Still some urgency but no pads about 90% of the time.  As of 3/12/10--completely continent! Uh...OH. As of about 3/16/10 problems with constant urgency although no pads needed--feels like an infection but none showing in urine.

Update: since late March all is well in that area. I would say 99.9% continent (a spurt here and there, maybe 5 spurts per week). As of 6/22/10, I would say I am 100% continent, but I do have (controllable) significant urgency.

First post-op PSA on 3/10/10--DRUM ROLL: 0.01 Next PSA in mid-June.

Second post-op PSA on 6/21/10--0.02--Not too bad!

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   Posted 7/13/2010 4:45 PM (GMT -6)   
My doctor, and several friend who had had the surgery said it would be six weeks, and I was away from the office for six weeks and glad I had every one of them.

I could have gone back earlier --- but this is major stuff and I wanted to give my body the best chance possible to heal.

Sheldon AKA Sleepless
Age 67 in Apil '09 at news of 4 of 12 cores positive T2B and Gleason 3 + 3 and 5% to 25% PSA 1.5
Re-read of slides in June said Gleason 3 + 4 same four cores 5% to 15%
June 29 daVinci prostatectomy, Dr. Eric Estey, at Royal Alexandra Hospital Edmonton one night stay
From "knock out" to wake up in recovery less than two hours.  Actual surgery 70 minutes
Flew home to Winnipeg on July 3 after 5 nights in Ramada Inn  ---  perfect recovery spot!
Catheter out July 9
Final pathology is 3 + 4 Gleason 7, clear margins, clear nodes, T2C, sugeron says report is "excellent"
Oct 1st 09 -- dry at night, during day some stress issues.
Oct 31st padless 24/7 
First post op PSA Sept 09  less than 0.02
PSA on Oct 23 test again less than 0.02
PSA on Jan 8 less than 0.02
PSA on April 9 less than 0.02 

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   Posted 7/13/2010 5:15 PM (GMT -6)   
I was out of work for 2 weeks. I have an office job so physical ability was not an issue. My only problem was severe incontinence that sometimes would overwhelm the pad I was wearing. It's about 180 paces from my desk to the men's room.

Wishing you the best of luck,
Age 70, First ever PSA 7.8 taken June 2008, Biopsy July 2008, 10 of 12 cores positive, Gleason 3+3=6
da Vinci surgery December 10, 2008, catheter removed December 29 2008
St. Lukes Hospital, Bethlehem, Pa.
Dr. Frank Tamarkin
Prostate weight 73.0 grams, Gleason 3+3=6, stage pT3a
Tumor locations: right anterior apex, right posterior apex to mid
left anterior mid to base, left posterior apex to mid
extensive perineural invasion in right anterior apex, right and left posterior apex to mid
seminal vesicles negative
Six PSA tests undetectable, latest April 30
Pad free beginning Mar. 18, 2010!

DS Can
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   Posted 7/13/2010 8:36 PM (GMT -6)   

I was off of work for 3 weeks (desk job mostly).  I then worked  some short days to get back to thinking about it.  Someone in good shape and antsy could get back to work in two weeks if they had to.  Just take the time off if he needs it!  I was crawling around in my attic at 3 1/2 weeks.  I wouldn't suggest anyone do that.  Not unless you really need that TV antenna installed.

Best wishes for successful surgery for your husband,


PSA Jan'07:1.2,  Jan'08:1.9,  Jan'09:2.5
BIOPSY Feb'09  PCa DX, age 52
Right: 3+3=6, 3/6 cores 10% involved,PNI-Y
Left:  3+3=6, 1/7 cores <5% involved,PNI-N
LARP April 9,2009 nerve sparing. Final pathology:
GS 3+4=7, Margins uninvolved, 2 lymph nodes negative
Catheter 8 days, Last pad May 2,2009
latest PSA: April 8,2010 <0.1

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   Posted 7/13/2010 11:42 PM (GMT -6)   
Part of going back to work has to do with the "facilities" or "WC" at the workplace.
One issue I have is the folks who occupy the thrones as newspaper consumption stations.

At best I have to drop trou to pee, but better if seated (I have the "wide area" spray that some complain about). In an environment where people like to read the whole WSJ on the pot, it made the office a very hostile environment, as they occupy the stalls at 100% for hours.

After the first trip home in wet pants down to the knees, I decided working at the office was not good.

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   Posted 7/14/2010 1:52 AM (GMT -6)   
Renee (& husband)

The posts so far suggest that going back to work, when it's an office job, is not too complicated when it comes to being able to do the work. (I work at home and was starting to do stuff again within a couple of days of surgery).
It is jobs that invovle a lot of physical activity like lifting (but even walking standing and driving) that are harder to go back to sooner.

What needs to be addressed has more to do with the practical side of being able to get to the bathroom in time. I think we have all had near misses, leaks or even floods, so perhaps working out an alternative arrangement for emergencies might be worth it. Does he have his own office? Can he, for instance, lock the door and use an empty bottle?
And the journey to and from the office is another aspect many of us have had to rethink. In the past a forty-five minute drive with the odd delay for heavy traffic etc was not a problem, but after surgery the location of restrooms along the way will be something that will need to be checked. For those that commute by train running to catch a train may be a thing of the past, so you have to allow an extra couple of minutes to get to the station in time etc.

It will I imagine also be useful to keep a bag at work with a change of clothes.

And as his recovery progresses week by week his routine may also have to be adapted as he learns from his experiences.

But for now concentrate on other stuff before surgery.

Age at Dx 48 No Family history of Prostate Cancer
Married 25 years, and I cannot thank my wife enough for her support.
April 2009: PSA 8.6 DRE: negative. Tumour in 2 out of 12 cores. Gleason 3+3.
RALP (nerve-sparing) at AVL-NKI Hospital Amsterdam on 29th July 2009. Stay 1 night.
Partial erections on while catheter still in. Catheter out on 6th Aug 2009.
Dry at night after catheter came out
Post-op Gleason 3+4. Tumour mainly in left near neck of bladder.
Left Seminal Vesicle invaded, (=T3b!)
no perineraul invasion, no vascular invasion. clear margins,
Erection 100% on 15th Aug 2009, but lots of leaking of urine
Stopped wearing pads on 21st Sept 2009
Pre-op style intercourse on 24th Oct 2009 !! No use of tablets, jabs, VED etc. but...
Nov 17th 2009 PSA = 0.1
Can still get erections okay, and almost no leaking of urine, but since December 2009 I don't have orgasms, instead I just have intense pain in place where prostate used to be.
Mar 17th 2010 PSA = 0.4!!! referred to radiation therapist
April 13th 2010 CT scan.
April 28th 2010 Started Radiation Therapy (66Gy - 33 sessions)
June 11th 2010 finished RT - main side effect tiredness, but also the occasional small leak
June 27th My 50th Birthday - feeling better but still not 100% okay

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   Posted 7/14/2010 7:32 AM (GMT -6)   
My husband also has a desk job and a 7 mile commute to his office. After surgery, he stayed home for one full week, then started working from home a couple of hours a day. By the second week, he was back in the office full-time. However, he has admitted that he should have taken a little more time to recuperate before jumping into work with both feet. Remember, what you will see on the outside after surgery is nothing compared to what's been done on the inside. And even though the catheter was out 9 days after surgery, he experienced stress incontinence for a few weeks which caused anxiety driving to work (as short as the commute was) as well as during the day (he was running to the bathroom every 15 or 20 minutes for a while).

And the after effects of being under general anesthesia for a long time (in my husband's case, his surgery took almost 5 hours) takes its toll.
Husband diagnosed in 2/2008 at age 57 with stage T1c. Robotic surgery performed 3/2008. Stage upgraded to T3a (solitary focus of extraprostatic extension). Perineural tumor infiltration present. Apex margin, bladder neck and SVs negative. Final Gleason 3+4. PSA: 0.0 til July 2009. August 2009 - 0.1, September 0.3, October back to 0.0, December 0.0, March 2010 0.0. Next PSA in 6 months. Thank you God!

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   Posted 7/14/2010 8:32 AM (GMT -6)   
Once again, thanks for your experiences. And , yes, Alf-he has his own office-the idea of using a bottle just might work-he's been doing this for months working on our sailboat in the boatyard so that he doesn't have to use the creepy boatyard bathroom! His drive is only 5 minutes and the place he works is very flexible, so he really can take off extra time if he needs to. Don't think his idea of going back to work in 2 weeks is driven by his desire to get back to work - I just think that he hasn't really considered the recuperation--especially, the incontinence issue. He's the type of person who don't worry too much about future events and hasn't really been thinking that much about his surgery and beyond. He actually told me that days go by that he doesn't even think about his pc- which I find amazing! I plan on having him read all of your replies; I think it will be very helpful to him to see how you've all done-which seems to be pretty well.


Husband diagnosed 3/10
Age 56, PSA 4.7, free 7.6%
Biopsy 5 of 10 cores positve-all right side-25% to 57%
Gleason 6
DaVinci surgery with Dr. Vip Patel scheduled 8/9/10

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   Posted 7/14/2010 10:01 AM (GMT -6)   
I had open surgery, and was on a catheter for over 2 months after surgery. So I am not a good example. It took me about 3 full months before I felt even vaugely healed up enough to consider being able to work. But I was not an exercise/go to the gym/sporty kind of guy, not a lazy slob, more like a fresh slice of white bread.

Good luck to your husband. Important thing to remember: He needs to learn to listen to his body after surgery, walk when able, but not to overdo the exercise part, take stool softeners daily, learn patience if he hasn't already, and be prepared for possible twists and turns.

He must remember, robotic or not, he is still under a very invasive, major, and complex surgery, and all his plumbing is going through a major change and re-routing. He needs to be totally compliant to his surgeons post surgery instructions. And yes, if he needs pain meds, encourage him to take them, toughing it out is a silly notion, and does nothing but retard the healing process.

david in sc
Age: 57, 56 dx, PSA: 7/07 5.8, 7/08 12.3, 9/08 14.5, 10/08 16.3
3rd Biopsy: 9/08 - 7/7 Positive, 40-90% Cancer, Gleason 4+3
Open RP: 11/08, Rht nerves saved, 4 days in hospt, on catheters for 63 days, 5th one out 1/09
Path Rpt: Gleason 3+4, pT2c, 42g, 20% cancer, 1 pos margin
Incontinence:  1 Month     ED:  Non issue at any point post surgery, no problem post SRT
Post Surgery  PSA: 2/09 .05,5/09 .1, 6/09 .11. 8/09 .16
Post SRT PSA: 1/10 .12, 4/8 .04, next one:  July
Latest:  7/9 cath #6 - 41 days, 8/9 2nd corr surgery, 8/9 cath #7 - 38 days, mapped  9/9, 10/1 - 3rd corr. surgery - SP cath, 10/5 - 11/27 IMRT SRT 39 sess/72 gys ,cath #8 33 days, Cath #9 35 days, Cath #10 43 days, 1/19 - Corr Surgery #4,  Caths #11 and #12 ,Cath #11 - 21 days,  Cath #12 - 41 days, 3/2- Corr Surgery #5, Cath #13 - 4 days, Cath #14- 27 days, Cath #15 - 26 days, Cath #16 - 31 days, Cath #17 - 39 days, 7/2 - Corr Surgery #6, 7/2 - Caths #18 & #19

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