Hi, Lucky Boy.
In case it can help some way, I'll tell you about my OH experience.
PSA level 4.2. Two negative biopsies. The third one , 12 years later, brought out PC. Gleason 4+3 = 7.
Clear bone scan and CAT.
Robotic surgery. RPT. Then downgraded to 3+4=7 post operation . Current PSA 0.04.
Gradually becoming continent. After 6 weeks fully continent.
Just started with Cialis.
No RT or any other treatment needed. Next control appointment with consultant in six months. Crossing fingers.
All cases are different each other but yours sounds to me somehow similar to my husband's one.
He's fully continent now. Recovery, to be honest, has been heavy. He was feeling poorly with pain inside. Only 6 weeks after surgery he had got rid of pain and physical discomfort.
I guess you'll soon feel as well as he's feeling now.
Sorry for my English.