I'm two years out from surgery, and have had no BCR, am not incontinent, and am slowing gaining back my erectile function. I stay involved with this forum, because although I have "good" stats, one never knows what the future brings. I learn something new every day I'm here. I've recently started testosterone supplementation, and hope to be useful in a guinea-pig sorta way to other guys who may in my same boat. As others have advised, concentrate on the immedaite healing by walking, drinking lots of water and resting as needed.
Arnie in DE
Age 56 (biopsy & surgery)-PSA-3.9-Biopsy 8/19/08--4 of 12 cores positive; 5% involvement, Gleason 6 (3+3) 1/26/09-DaVinci Prostatectomy at Presbyterian Medical Center/HUP-Phila, PA-Dr. David Lee
Path. Report- G7 (3+4)Adenocarcinoma, no capsular involvement, seminal vesicles clear, lymph nodes clear, negative margins
Continent at 3 mos.------ED improving
PSA at 2 yrs-<0.1