Hi and welcome, sorry you need to be here,
I thought I would weigh in even thou I'm 11 years older than you we have very similar #s I was diagnosed in April of 13 and had my surgery in late September. I'm doing quite well and fully expect to see the grandkids thru college,
I was quite fortunate with the side effects and hopefully you will too.
As others have said with our #s there is no reason to rush or panic (easy for me to say now that's it's behind me) but I opted to have the surgery now because from everything I read I would have a better chance of full recovery with less side effects the younger and better shape I was in (with everything else being equal i.e. surgeons talent).
When I had my 3 month check up with my urologist just before Christmas my psa was <.003 he told my wife and I that this meant undetectable my wife then asked him if that meant I was in remission he said no it means he's cured, I know that it is not technically true for a few years but it was great to hear.
hang in here you'll be fine.
all the best carl
56 old 55 when dx, no family history, psa 2005 1.45, 2007 1.8, 2008 1.9, 2011 2.94, 2012 3.94, 2013 5.21 retest 4.80,9-13 5.85.gleason 6 3+3 in one of 12,robotic radical prostatectomy 9-23-13 path report still gleason 6, 5% involvement both sides (both nerves spared) stage t2c no incontinence, no ed post op psa 12-2013 <003