Can't take the survey because it does not have "none of the above". My doctors advised me of all these possible SE's, and spent considerable time on ED and Incontinence. Though being young for this crappy disease they were mostly focusing on the belief that I would have no problem with continence (they were right, I'm dry) and ED will subside over time and I'll be fully functional again in a year (partially at 4 months, sufficient with meds) though the surgeon had to take 30% of the nerve bundle on each side, so that may change things.
Only SE none of the doctors mentioned was the high pressure urination during orgasm. Though I had seen that on the forum so was clued into the possibility. Have not experienced that one thankfully.
I found I have been very lucky (or chosen wisely) as my Uro was pretty good in discussion, and the surgeon I chose was exceedingly thorough pre-op. Be him and his PA's, we went through all the SE's, complications, the whole pre and post treatment, what to expect, how to handle it, etc.. I went into the surgery incredibly well prepared. Then the nurses went through all the post hospitalization care in depth before release. I've been surprised by how many men have not been given the benefit of this knowledge up front and it's a shame. I feel quite lucky on how I was cared for and my outcome so far.
Age 49, healthy, physically very active
DRE felt nodule on right side
Free PSA 13%
Biopsy 10/24/11, Gleason 3+4, all cores positive
Pathology: T2c, Gleason 3+4, 1 mm positive margin at apex
PSA 3/9/12 - 0.01