Back at home now after the prostatectomy. Adapting to life with a catheter for wee while. (Sorry - awful pun!) And adapting to a routine of poodling around gently for a bit. (Not my style really - but needs must).
Still things 'on the agenda' for the near future - removal of the surgical staples; X-ray of the stent in the urethra; removal of the catheter; dealing with urinary incontinence with pads; and of course most importantly - finding out the pathological report on the removed prostate.
Did all the cancer go with the prostate? Is there any left at the site? Will I need further treatment(s), e.g. radiotherapy?
All of these issues and questions are bridges I'll just have to cross as I come to them, so I'm not fretting about them.
But it IS so good to be home. And it IS so good to be the 'other side' of the operation.