Exactly six months now since I finished my RT 😀. Everything seems to be going pretty well. I've had no bowel issues for several months now other than a very, very occasional episode of passing some clear mucus. The proctitis (a burning sensation inside the back passage), which I was getting bouts of for several months after RT ended appears to have completely cleared up, so all in all I'm happy with life.
I have my next PSA test and subsequent oncology appointment in early November. My PSA was 31 on diagnosis, had fallen through HT to 13.0 immediately prior to RT and was 4.6 in May, six weeks after RT, so I'm hoping for another significant fall. My oncologist says that nadir of 2 or below 18 months after RT would be a good result. I'm on bicalutimide, not the injections which block testosterone production, so I'm not going to see the "undetectable" PSA that people on the injections can get.
I'm very comfortable with my decision to go down the HT/RT treatment route. It's what I always preferred, so I was happy when it was what both my urologist and oncologist recommended.