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... g pain which typically followed my increasingly infrequent ejaculations. Went to a second urologist. PSA in August was 4.9. Pain is really not much changed, even after two weeks of Doxycycline. Was sent to a PT who diagnosed severely compromised pelvic floor tightness and weakness. ... (0 replies)
... I am looking for people after prostatectomy and how it took you to recover from incontinence. I am only 2.5 weeks post op, wearing a depends type of protection. I realize everyone is different, just looking for an idea. (0 replies)
... for the penis after surgery. While some patients may do well without it, experts say it is important for a lot of patients and that neglecting such rehab soon after surgery often results in erectile dysfunction that is more difficult to improve. This is a big deal for a lot of patients. ... (17 replies)

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... Hi Pat - your question on 5 questions to ask after surgery: That was not my post, so keep looking. Here are a few thoughts: For right after surgery when talking to the surgeon - - Do you think you got it all? - Were you able to spare the nerves (if nerve sparing)? (17 replies)
... Hi Dale, Iím hoping you get good results from your bone scan. You raised a number of issues, so I will number my responses for convenience. 1. What kind of bone scan did you get? If it was done by UCLA, Iím thinking it was the NaF18 PET/CT scan which is outstanding at picking up bone metastases. A more common option is the technetium based bone scan which has been... (2 replies)
... Hello Jim, I've got a question if I may, a week or so back, I read a post stating the 5 questions to ask after surgery. I should have, but didn't jot them down, By any chance was it your post, if so, could you post them once more. ... (17 replies)
Sep 15, 2017
... expensive medications. You have probably already been advised on what to do to recover from surgery. If romantic life is still important, penile rehabilitation after surgery should start soon after surgery. Some of the key medications are now available in generic versions and are far cheaper than they used to be. ... (6 replies)
... ea hurts more. It is not intolerable. The doctor said it would go away. Unlike the inflation pain, there has been no change in the bend pain. In fact it is worse after an erection. I don't want it redone since I don't have orgasmic ability and don't want to lose touch, too. But is this something you see and does it get better? ... (0 replies)
... w a radiation oncologist that recommended 9 weeks 5 times a week for treatment. I've had two hormone sessions. First one was 2 shots, and a month later one more. After that I decided to see a surgeon. He's the head of the Urology dept and seems very experienced in prostate surgery. ... (17 replies)
... anchored by radiation oncologist Dr. Z, who is very well known, that showed that patients who were taking the inexpensive drug metformin did quite a bit better after radiation, even if they were diabetic. ... (3 replies)
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... Thank you very much for this post! Best to you! (11 replies)
... Congratulations and continuing good health. I'm just at the beginning of this unexpected journey, my head is spinning from all the information, sometimes contradicting. Waiting for a second opinion before deciding on a treatment (11 replies)
Fluctuating psa
Aug 30, 2017
... Thanks for your reply and advise. After careful consideration, I have decided to get a second opinion on everything from Sloan Kettering Cancer Research Hospital. ... (5 replies)
Fluctuating psa
Aug 29, 2017
... It strikes me as odd that the doctor took blood for the PSA test after the DRE. Like other factors mentioned that can increase PSA, a DRE can also do so. ... (5 replies)
... A sessions following their presentations where patients get to ask their own questions directly. I went to my first in 2000, about nine months after my diagnosis, and it was the best "investment" I've ever made in my life. ... (2 replies)
... is worth the possible side effects is a decision we all have to make, hopefully after becoming well informed. This often isn't easy! ... (5 replies)
... Well,no one is saying anything! Today went back to rehab for incontenence. Findings 1 tech agreed we are working on the frontal muscles but the work on the spincher muscel is also needed. 2 . got 2 different penile clamps. Definitely like the Dribble stop. (Amazon) over the Bard Cunningham device. Much more comfortable and fits any size. At any rate I used 6 full pads on... (2 replies)
... difficulty voiding, frequent urination, sense of having to urinate even after urination etc. ... (5 replies)

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