Glad to hear you're doing so well, but do your Kegels and walk as much as you can. My surgery was late May, and I reached dry this week. Well, five or six days without a leak and counting.
You leak more at the end of the day, because you're tired, which is only normal given that you've had a major surgery. But it also means you need to strengthen your pelvic floor muscles, i.e., do the Kegels.
My post surgery ED drug prescription was 20mg sildanefil (Viagra) once a day and 100 mg once a week, and after two months we were told 100 mg twice a week. It doesn't seem to make much difference, as I have the same (poor) performance with or without. I get 90 pills for about $80, but it's not covered by insurance (or so I'm told). No reason to pay big bucks for the name brand pills.
PSA: 2/4/15: 3.5;
4/17/17: 2 of 16 pos., 15 and 4 percent. GS 8.
Bone Scan clear.
Robotic RP May 24, 2017, NYU Hospital, Samir Taneja M.D.
Margins clear, SV and LN negative, Focal EPE, GS 4+5
Prostate 44.6 grams, tumor 5% of prostate
1 pad a day after about 3 weeks. ED near total.
7/26/17 PSA <.01