Indeed he did have exactly this.
Our experience re as described in your link as the “trifecta”:
At the 6 month consult in October with our London (BUPA) consultant there is nothing suspicious on the 3T MpMRI scan, just evidence of healing and 'black screen' on what she described as the' important view'. Next PSA in December 2017 and next MpMRI March 2018. Early days of course
Catheter for 3 days following the procedure, incidence of retention the night following removal, involving self cath ( as taught and equipment provided). Flew home after 10 days no incontinence and straight back to work.
and sexual function.
A was classed as an 'index patients' so no problems prior to the procedure (well the biopsy done here in the UK took him a fair while to recover from, which seems unusual -46 cores taken). At the 6 month point all is normal but tablets have been used up to 5 1/2 months after to ensure complete stability and erection strength. It was a big ablation so the consultant was not surprised as he is still not healed. His orgasm is now dry.
Barry - its also done in the Netherlands (Nijmegen).
We are happy with our decision. We would go back if needed but monitoring is on going.