Like most of us surgery guys, my surgeon told me about
certain foods that are bladder irritants and could cause continence issues.
The conversation went something like this:Surgeon
: After the surgery, you might not be able to drink anything that has carbonation, caffeine or alcohol for the rest of your life.Gedman
: But what else is there to drink?!?
Diagnosed and treated in 2013 at 41 years old.
DX 1/28/13 (PSA 9; BX G3+4, 5 of 12 cores). RALP 4/3/13 w/ Dr. Tewari.
Nerves spared, T2c, N0, G4+3, tumor 10%, organ confined, -margins, -EPE, -SVI, +PNI.
Full continence. PSA undetectable.
Using bimix+pills for ED rehab and penile extender for Peyronie's w/ Dr. Mulhall.
/ Surgery Recap
/ Pathology Report
/ PSA History
I recommend these links for anyone newly diagnosed with PCa:
- NCCN Prostate Cancer online book
(PDF download version
- Questions to ask a Robotic PCa surgeon
and/or a Brachytherapy radiation seeds specialist
- Dr. John Mulhall's excellent book
and YouTube videos (I
) on ED due to PCa
- What you should know about Peyronie's Disease