K, be prepared for all kinds of weird things regarding your piss. But you are only 2 days past catheter removal, so it sounds all normal to me.
I had my catheter removed on January 15th,and I remember a very weak stream like you on and off for about
a week. I still get a weak stream on occasion, but more often than not now my stream makes me proud. Like a freaking water cannon. You will likely have that, but you have to give it time.
You might also see some blood (pink) in your urine especially at the end of the stream, that lasted about
3-4 weeks for me, but is now gone in my 5th week. And I have little black flecks in my pee too. That has slowed considerably the last few days. I am told it is blood clots and can be normal for 6-8 weeks.
So be prepared for all kinds of stuff. But any doubts better to check with your Surgeons office, rather than assume. Always better safe than sorry, you have just been through a lot and you have a lot of healing to do, especially on the insides
Rising PSA from 2008 through April 2013
PSA 2008 - 2012 .7 TO 2.2
Dec 2012 - Biopsy, 14 core, nO PCA, one core HGPIN
4/13 PSA 2.8, FPsa 11, PCA3 13, 10/13 PSA2.7 fPSA 15
4/14 PSA 3.1 fPsa 16, 10/14 PSA 4.3 fPSA 12 PCA3 26
11/14 BX 3/12 cores + G610%, G6 20%, 3+5=8, 70%
2nd opinion Johns Hopkins, all G6 10%, 20% 80%
3rd opinion MSKCC all G6 10%, 15%, 70%
RALP scheduled January 6th 2014
Final pathology stage pT2c, upstaged to Gleason 7 (3+4)
ECE, Margins, SV, Lymph nodes (9) all negative, PNI present.
5% involvement of Prostate by tumor.
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