Been a while since I replied
I got my biopsy results on Friday 16th November, I do have prostrate cancer which has / is a shock
But it's not spread beyond my prostrate, and I have a choice of options: removal through the robot assisted procedure, directed beam radiotheraphy or brachytherapy.
They've said each option for me, has the same outcome in terms of getting rid of the cancer, it's more a question of monitoring me afterwards to pick up on any future issues as my PSA is already low
I had a meeting with the robotic surgery guy yesterday, to discuss that procedure and have a meeting with the radiology people next week to discuss that option.
My girlfriend was with me, to support me, ask any of her own questions and take notes, which was nice
I just need to decide on the treatment I want in the next week or two. For me, apart from obviously wanting to get rid of the cancer, functionality afterwards is really important for me:
I have great orgasms and want them to be as good as possible afterwards
Minimising incontinence as much as possible
I'm not that great with pain, emotionally and physically, especially when they're messing about with my penis, bladder, etc, so want that minimised and much as possible
I'm starting to waffle now, I woke up early!