I am 1 week post catheter (2 weeks post DaVinci) and am the excat same state as you... No problem laying (or even turning over when I do it carefully) or sitting.... And I can make it from laying bed or sitting in living room to bathroom keeping kegals tight... When standing I can also keep dry, but as soon as I relax the kegals and move, I squirt.
On my "walks" my bladder also continuously drains and lately I have put a small plastic cup inside my shorts/pad to catch the drips if I am in a "private" area like my yard... Then I just periodically empty the cup and this saves me from walking around in a wet pad.
My kegal regime given to me when catheter was taken out...
3 times a day (1 laying, 1 sitting, 1 standing)...
Start at 5 reps of up to 10secs with equal rest inbetween
Building up to 15 reps/10sec as I became stronger.
I am doing the laying set before getting out of bed, standing at noon, and sitting in evening.
I am in to the 10-15 reps range at 10secs each right now...
I am also starting to try the elevator kegals that Cedar talks about
I am starting to see a very slight improvement at times (early in day) while walking... I seem to be able to hold a few drops now... Later in the day, reverts to old "flush".
So far this has also been very discouraging to me... I wanted to be one of the dry when you got home cases... But that is not the hand I was dealt... :-( BUT: I no longer have a prostate filled with cancer!!!!! and that is a GOOD THING!
So, I will keep more positive thoughts and continue with my kegals...
Age 59 y/o
Last 3-4 years of annual general health checkups - PSA 5-6 but Free PSA Ratio 21-24%, suggesting "benign" so I did not seek immediate followup urologist referral
3/7/2007 - Went to urologist -No DRE abnormalities but scheduled screening biopsy
3/13/2007 - 12 point biopsy - Left OK Right Core Gleason 3+3
Consisting of single less than 1mm focus at tip of 1 core. Diagnosed as T1c
4/24/2007 - DaVinci performed at Virginia Mason hospital in Seattle
5/2/2007 - Catheter Out! Got copy of pathology report:
Gleason 6 T2c Nx Mx approx 20% of prostate involved
Positive margin, but 2 places where a focal point of only 2 cells were touching edge, the right apex and right posterior. Perineural Invasion present. Seminal Vesicle and Lymphatic/Vascular not identified. Doctor was not concerned about that at all and Final Diognosis of T2c "suggests" organ confined. Stats for no re-occurance are 96% for 5 years and 95% for 7 years. No further treatment other than PSA watch.