Well, whoever said the radiation would slow him down and make him tire more easily never met my husband.
(Actually, it was his doctor who told him that..) Ever since he stopped the post-implantation drugs, he's been pretty much back to normal. He hasn't put on the 10 pounds he lost in the first couple of weeks, but hasn't lost any more and looks and feels great. about
the only difference is that he'll get up to go to the bathroom at least once during the night whereas he never used to at all. Also, he has some urinary urgency at times. That's about
it, though. On top of being back to work full time after less than a week, he's now got an older Corvette he's been working non-stop on restoring. He's already done new brake lines, rotors and pads and today we detailed the body from top to bottom. (I'm the one who's exhausted; he's still out in the garage doing more ...).
We're hoping that the CT scan on the 11th will show that all the seeds are where they should be, and then we'll join many of you anxiously looking forward to encouraging PSA test results.