I apologise for this long ramble to ask a simple question.
My husband has recently been diagnosed and been on Prostrap injections since 22nd July. The first two were exactly 4 weeks apart. He was then given a 12 weekly injection on 16th September 2019.
Twelve weeks from this date is the 9th December. Our practice nurse says only she can give the injection at the surgery and she is not available on that date. The choices she gave us are 'Friday 6 December' and 'Friday 13 December'.
We feel nervous about him having it late, though this is all new to us and we have little knowledge.
Official information online about Prostrap refers to '3 monthly' and I realise that 3 monthly and 12 weekly are slightly different in terms of number of days.
So my question is,
Is it better and is it safe for him to have 3 days early ( on the 6th) - will this not mean his body will expect the next injection earlier than 12 weeks as well?:
Is it really okay to have it 4 days late (on the 13th)?
We are early days here and I may be overthinking it, but as it is the Prostrap which is hopefully keeping my husbands advanced cancer from spreading, I don't want us to do anything to jeapordise it.
Any advice would be appreciated.
Edited by member 21 Oct 2019 at 13:33
| Reason: Wrong date