That is great news. I was hoping to reach zero "naturally" and kept weighing, plotting, predicting and waiting. At 9 months, the doc said "this is as far as you will get." But, my line kept trending downward so I waited. At one year he said "this is far as you will get." But the line still was trending downward so I waited.
At 14 months, the line started to flatten out. At 15 months, my forecast line indicated it would never cross zero so I made the appointment to discuss having something done.
I am sitting here at 18 months, 6 days post catheter removal after my sling and I am almost dry. Only about
15 ml/day due to after pee dribbles.
I feel almost human again.
So, to any of you out there that are not as fortunate as Steve, there is still hope.
MikeS24 - I am happy to see there are other "enthusiasts " in the world. Are you plotting your data with 2 and 3 day running averages, and linear and 2nd order polynomial forecasts too?
I'll show you mine if you show me yours. ;-)