All of the above makes great sense... The catherter is more of an annoyance than it is truly pianful---a couple of "management tips":
1) Have a couple of kinds of surgical tape available when you come home. I found by taping the cath. tube to my leg and/or to the bed at night avoided a lot of unwanted tugging.
2) If you have or can borrow a walker with wheels, its a great place to hang the bag when you go to bed, or recline in your favorite recliner.
3) Save a post-surigical pain pill for the day you have the cath. removed and take it an hour befor your appointment. Lots of guys get along great at removal, I thought it hurt (but only for a couple of seconds!).
4) One of the worst things I encountered in recovery was diaper rash of the scrotal tissue from several weeks of incontinence. There's a product called Carlesta that I found to be the only thing that helped this.
It's all manageable---good luck!