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Hi I had Robotic Prostatectomy two weeks ago. My catheter was removed after one week. Incontinence is a problem at the moment but hoping pelvic floor exercises and time will eventually remedy this. I am 72 and otherwise have healed quite quickly. Everyone is different and can only give an onsite to my own experience.
Hope you continue to feel stronger and better each day. My husband is 57 and we see consultant regarding robotic prostratectomy next week. If you don’t mind me asking how long did you have to wait from seeing a consultant to surgery?
Look after yourself
It was a bit of a process as I was originally destined for RT. When I finally met my surgeon he slotted me in for six weeks later.
Good luck to both hope all goes well.
Time Patience and some outbursts of frustration.....
Good luck with the progress and always carry spare pants
If we didn’t laugh we would cry
Not a fun journey but one we want to finish x
I had to wait 3 months, good luck with it all
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