I am a 58 year-old man, and I have a Robotic Radical Prostatectomy coming up in two weeks.
Today I met a "nurse educator" for the pre-op instruction.
She told me, among other things, not to eat or drink anything after midnight the night before surgery.
She also said I can eat normal diet the day before and I do not need enema.
I have been reading many articles regarding the day-before preparation for the RRP on internet.
All articles indicate some sort of diet limitation and enema requirement.
Should I call my surgeon and confirm the nurse's instruction?
Has anyone who went through RRP surgery had similar preparation as I was told to do?