I'm interested in conversations about and I want to talk about
Know exactly what you want?
Show search

Notification

Error
12>

RP 17th December

User
Posted 05 Nov 2019 at 14:41

OK,  confirmed T2bN0Mx Gleason 7 (4+3), 5/6 cores left side 1/6 right side. CT Scan shows clear.  We elected for RP which is being estimated 16th Dec at the moment (pre-op) next week. 


Just for good measures, they also have to mess around with my chemo (I have chronic eosinophilic leukaemia (CEL)), which I was not expecting (having been in managed remission for about 4 years), as the chemo can affect my 'healing' - that worries me a bit.    Flippin' hate cancer!

Edited by member 19 Dec 2019 at 07:15  | Reason: change of status

User
Posted 22 Dec 2019 at 21:37

Great to hear you are making excellent progress. Check this the nursing staff who will be doing the TWOC. I took some tens level 3 and they gave me an adult nappy and pads anyway but additional were for reassurance. Better to be over equipped. I also took a couple of gel travel Johns with me but didn’t need them on long train journey back...although not sure how I would have used as at min need a quiet area :-/


hope you have a fabulous festive week.


TG

User
Posted 05 Nov 2019 at 14:41

OK,  confirmed T2bN0Mx Gleason 7 (4+3), 5/6 cores left side 1/6 right side. CT Scan shows clear.  We elected for RP which is being estimated 16th Dec at the moment (pre-op) next week. 


Just for good measures, they also have to mess around with my chemo (I have chronic eosinophilic leukaemia (CEL)), which I was not expecting (having been in managed remission for about 4 years), as the chemo can affect my 'healing' - that worries me a bit.    Flippin' hate cancer!

Edited by member 19 Dec 2019 at 07:15  | Reason: change of status

User
Posted 05 Nov 2019 at 21:26

Good luck BH.   I had my op on 16th Dec 2016 and was Gleason 4+3.  Yours is a Monday op and you should be home on Wednesday.   Could they fit staples out and catheter out before Christmas or will it be in the Christmas break?   


Mine was 28th Dec staples out,  30th Dec catheter out.  The district nurse came round as well but I didn't need her. Make sure you have some good pads.   I found Boots pads are warm and well sized.


Regards
Peter

User
Posted 06 Nov 2019 at 09:23

Hope the surgery goes well and the post op healing too.

Ido4

User
Posted 07 Nov 2019 at 11:48

Good luck with the surgery and that you get good support afterwards.


Best

User
Posted 09 Dec 2019 at 13:50
So pre-op all good.

My BP was 127/80 which was spot on!! BMI too big for my size (whats new!) Surgery is on the 17th Dec at Spire Southampton - 0730 start! Looks like a gentle prostate free Christmas!!!
User
Posted 09 Dec 2019 at 16:49

Good luck with the surgery and have a smooth recovery. 


Kev.

User
Posted 16 Dec 2019 at 19:12

Best wishes for tomorrow.


Thanks Chris

User
Posted 17 Dec 2019 at 11:26

Thinking of you and hope the operation has gone smoothly today.


Best wishes for a speedy recovery.

User
Posted 18 Dec 2019 at 06:29

Hope all is fine and you are now looking forward to getting home. Every one is saying taking it easy so trying to offload seems like a good idea. I am a day before you so keep us posted when you feel up to it.

User
Posted 18 Dec 2019 at 14:05

So far so good, and as you say.. "now for the recovery!"


Take it easy, there's no rush.


Kev.

User
Posted 18 Dec 2019 at 16:37

Take it nice and steady. Hope your recovery goes well.


 

Ido4

User
Posted 19 Dec 2019 at 08:31

Hey BHP!


Great to heat you see making good progress. At least plenty on TV this time of year to burn time plus friends and family around.


Take it easy and 30th will be here in a blink.


TG

User
Posted 19 Dec 2019 at 10:15

Originally Posted by: Online Community Member


First night in my bed since being back at home. Seems odd that the RP was only on Tuesday, and here I am on Thursday morning sitting in front of the computer. A reasonable night sleep all things considered.  


So managed to get my head around injections, painkillers and the managment of the night bag catheter (although I did wake a few times and check to see if it was working OK).   Managed to get the nurses to give me some instiligell to lubricate the tip of the catheter  - which stops the occasional pinching.


Shower this morning and a change of TED socks, and feel much better. Tummy hurts a bit and the wind is making itself known! (Although touch wood no shoulder pain).  Got a flipping cold, which doesn't help with sneezing and coughing, although my the physio gave me some tips which seem to be working.


All things being considered, not in too bad a place for day 2!


Free Willy day is planned for 30th December, so Christmas with a bag! 


 


Good to hear you are doing so well without any pain. Still listen to what everyone is saying and take it easy ,even if you feel you can do more. Be extra careful with cleanliness as I picked up a water infection last time I had the bag on (after biopsies) and not very nice when peeing. Good luck with the future and keep us posted.

User
Posted 22 Dec 2019 at 13:15

BH


TWOC is quite straightforward, keep yourself well hydrated the day before and on the day. Drink little and often on the day and then follow the instructions of the nurse at the clinic. Stay relaxed and it will be a breeze. Take a towel and seat cover to put on the car seat for the return journey just in case. 


Have a great Christmas.


Thanks Chris

User
Posted 22 Dec 2019 at 13:24

Good to hear things are moving along nicely. It would appear your catheter will be in for longer than me. I have just received confirmation of my TWOC, which is on the 27th. Hope you continue to recover and try and enjoy your Xmas as much as possible. I have been fortunate in having a 5 year grandson who lives very close by. Fortunately we will be spending some of the time with him and family on Christmas day. Which will fortunately give my wife a break as I haven't been able to help much. Hope you manage to sort out some of your other issue out and agree this forum has been a great help


 

User
Posted 22 Dec 2019 at 13:27

Originally Posted by: Online Community Member


BH


TWOC is quite straightforward, keep yourself well hydrated the day before and on the day. Drink little and often on the day and then follow the instructions of the nurse at the clinic. Stay relaxed and it will be a breeze. Take a towel and seat cover to put on the car seat for the return journey just in case. 


Have a great Christmas.


Thanks Chris


Good idea to take a towel and cover for the car seat.

User
Posted 22 Dec 2019 at 14:38

Take tena or boots pants with you better than pads. My husband only just had enough. Wish you well.on the day. 

Edited by member 22 Dec 2019 at 14:40  | Reason: Not specified

User
Posted 30 Dec 2019 at 15:27

That’s good. I found I leaked when walking fast or coughing after the catheter was removed. Watch out if you exert yourself!


Sounds like you’re doing well.


Did you get scanned to see if you were emptying your bladder?


Best wishes,


 

Ido4

User
Posted 30 Dec 2019 at 16:41

Wow sounds like you are doing amazingly. Here it's like Niagra falls. Only joking. Keep us posted and we'll done.

User
Posted 30 Dec 2019 at 16:50

BH


That's a great start, don't go to the loo "just in case" but don't wait too long either. Tense the pelvic muscles when standing up. 


Thanks Chris

User
Posted 30 Dec 2019 at 18:38

Thanks for that Chris, I'll keep that in mind. Must admit things feel a bit sore internally down there at the moment, but is suspect that is to be expected only 10 hours since catheter removed, and them urethral muscles haven't been used for 2 weeks!


Managing to retain about 150mls before bladder starts to feel a little full. Onky on water and tea for now until things progress further. Standing up is definitely better than sitting! 

User
Posted 31 Dec 2019 at 10:53
Brill
"Life can only be understood backwards; but it must be lived forwards." Soren Kierkegaard
User
Posted 02 Jan 2020 at 16:18
Good to hear you are doing really well .
User
Posted 02 Jan 2020 at 18:14

Happy New Year and I hope your recovery continues smoothly.


 

Ido4

User
Posted 06 Jan 2020 at 09:36

You are doing great. Hope your recovery continues. Yes I am waiting for my results about the same time but as yet have not received an appointment date .

Edited by member 06 Jan 2020 at 09:54  | Reason: Not specified

User
Posted 06 Jan 2020 at 19:33

 Looking at your numbers you seem to be in a better position having T2b compared to mine T3a /N0/M0 Gleasom 3+4 psa 8.74 I am not sure how much of a difference is between T2b and T3a other than mine was at the edge of the prostrate but might not be contained, whereas yours is within the prostrate. That's my understanding but could be wrong. Good luck with the results.


 


Biopsies 5 out of 11 cores on the right, left hand side biopsies benign. Fingers crossed we don't get any upgrades.

User
Posted 14 Jan 2020 at 20:14

Gents


Just wanted to wish you the best for your PSA readings.  Saw my urologist today for PSA reading of 0.02 six weeks post op and confirmation that negative margin (which is good as I understand it) in tissue margin removed.


Next PSA in 4 months when I hope reading will be undetected.


Best wishes


Grant60 

User
Posted 15 Jan 2020 at 09:58

Good to hear you are still on the up.

User
Posted 15 Jan 2020 at 13:22

BHP


Great news on the progress :-)


TG

User
Posted 16 Jan 2020 at 08:24

Good to hear your progress.

User
Posted 16 Jan 2020 at 11:03

Great progress, here’s hoping your February review is reassuring too.

Ido4

User
Posted 05 Feb 2020 at 18:56

fantastic news and great to hear you are doing so well and almost ready to go back to work. How are you doing fitness wise?

User
Posted 05 Feb 2020 at 20:45

Sounds like you are doing really well. Long may that continue.

Ido4

User
Posted 05 Feb 2020 at 22:11

Sorry to hear about the Ed. I am the same but wasn't that great before the op if I am honest. Good to hear you have lost some weight too and getting back to fitness. Good luck and hope you continue with your recovery.

User
Posted 16 Feb 2020 at 20:08

Everything crossed mate. Those days are stressful 😬

Edited by member 17 Feb 2020 at 14:45  | Reason: Not specified

User
Posted 17 Feb 2020 at 06:35
Fantastic. Hope your recovery continues.
User
Posted 17 Feb 2020 at 20:05

Everything crossed for a positive PSA result. 

User
Posted 19 Feb 2020 at 20:23

Great news on PSA. ED is more problematic....

Ido4

User
Posted 19 Feb 2020 at 21:03

Great news.  Now to get that Dodo back to life.

Show Most Thanked Posts
User
Posted 05 Nov 2019 at 21:26

Good luck BH.   I had my op on 16th Dec 2016 and was Gleason 4+3.  Yours is a Monday op and you should be home on Wednesday.   Could they fit staples out and catheter out before Christmas or will it be in the Christmas break?   


Mine was 28th Dec staples out,  30th Dec catheter out.  The district nurse came round as well but I didn't need her. Make sure you have some good pads.   I found Boots pads are warm and well sized.


Regards
Peter

User
Posted 05 Nov 2019 at 21:34

I think they are going to be a little cautious post surgery - my skin is fragile due to my chemo and all sorts of discussions have gone on between the urology team and my haematologist. Still, I won't be doing much over Christmas now!

User
Posted 06 Nov 2019 at 09:23

Hope the surgery goes well and the post op healing too.

Ido4

User
Posted 07 Nov 2019 at 11:48

Good luck with the surgery and that you get good support afterwards.


Best

User
Posted 09 Dec 2019 at 13:50
So pre-op all good.

My BP was 127/80 which was spot on!! BMI too big for my size (whats new!) Surgery is on the 17th Dec at Spire Southampton - 0730 start! Looks like a gentle prostate free Christmas!!!
User
Posted 09 Dec 2019 at 16:49

Good luck with the surgery and have a smooth recovery. 


Kev.

User
Posted 16 Dec 2019 at 17:22

Feeling nervous now about tommorow, but looking forward to getting the cancer out for Christmas! 

User
Posted 16 Dec 2019 at 19:12

Best wishes for tomorrow.


Thanks Chris

User
Posted 16 Dec 2019 at 23:30

Good luck for tomorrow. Should be great timing as plenty to do over Xmas and relax etc


Onwards and Upwards 🍻

User
Posted 17 Dec 2019 at 08:31
Very best wishes for your op!

Chris
User
Posted 17 Dec 2019 at 08:37

Good luck with the surgery and the recovery.

User
Posted 17 Dec 2019 at 11:26

Thinking of you and hope the operation has gone smoothly today.


Best wishes for a speedy recovery.

User
Posted 18 Dec 2019 at 06:29

Hope all is fine and you are now looking forward to getting home. Every one is saying taking it easy so trying to offload seems like a good idea. I am a day before you so keep us posted when you feel up to it.

User
Posted 18 Dec 2019 at 10:46

So, it's out, and according to the surgeon, he has managed some left side nerve sparing.


Lost a litre of blood in surgery, but other than that (and a crap night sleep last night), drains are out, I'm walking around, and going home in about 4 hours time.  It has been relatively painless this far.....  now for the recovery!

User
Posted 18 Dec 2019 at 14:05

So far so good, and as you say.. "now for the recovery!"


Take it easy, there's no rush.


Kev.

User
Posted 18 Dec 2019 at 16:37

Take it nice and steady. Hope your recovery goes well.


 

Ido4

User
Posted 19 Dec 2019 at 07:24

First night in my bed since being back at home. Seems odd that the RP was only on Tuesday, and here I am on Thursday morning sitting in front of the computer. A reasonable night sleep all things considered.  


So managed to get my head around injections, painkillers and the managment of the night bag catheter (although I did wake a few times and check to see if it was working OK).   Managed to get the nurses to give me some instiligell to lubricate the tip of the catheter  - which stops the occasional pinching.


Shower this morning and a change of TED socks, and feel much better. Tummy hurts a bit and the wind is making itself known! (Although touch wood no shoulder pain).  Got a flipping cold, which doesn't help with sneezing and coughing, although my the physio gave me some tips which seem to be working.


All things being considered, not in too bad a place for day 2!


Free Willy day is planned for 30th December, so Christmas with a bag! 


 

User
Posted 19 Dec 2019 at 08:31

Hey BHP!


Great to heat you see making good progress. At least plenty on TV this time of year to burn time plus friends and family around.


Take it easy and 30th will be here in a blink.


TG

User
Posted 19 Dec 2019 at 10:15

Originally Posted by: Online Community Member


First night in my bed since being back at home. Seems odd that the RP was only on Tuesday, and here I am on Thursday morning sitting in front of the computer. A reasonable night sleep all things considered.  


So managed to get my head around injections, painkillers and the managment of the night bag catheter (although I did wake a few times and check to see if it was working OK).   Managed to get the nurses to give me some instiligell to lubricate the tip of the catheter  - which stops the occasional pinching.


Shower this morning and a change of TED socks, and feel much better. Tummy hurts a bit and the wind is making itself known! (Although touch wood no shoulder pain).  Got a flipping cold, which doesn't help with sneezing and coughing, although my the physio gave me some tips which seem to be working.


All things being considered, not in too bad a place for day 2!


Free Willy day is planned for 30th December, so Christmas with a bag! 


 


Good to hear you are doing so well without any pain. Still listen to what everyone is saying and take it easy ,even if you feel you can do more. Be extra careful with cleanliness as I picked up a water infection last time I had the bag on (after biopsies) and not very nice when peeing. Good luck with the future and keep us posted.

User
Posted 22 Dec 2019 at 10:39

So here we are Day 5 after RP. All things being equal, I'm doing OK. Managed to fend off the cold I had mostly as well.


Pain is managed well, bowels open day 2 - though still plenty of wind! Drinking plenty, and monitoring colour in the bag - the very odd fleck of blood, but that's about it.


Keeping mobile, but not overdoing it. My fantastic wife is a nurse and is (rightly so) ensuring I keep to sensible regime, and unfortunately she is also picking up all the chores I would normally have to do at this time of year. I must admit, I dont feel particularly Christmassy- I've not even got around to send out cards! 


Managed to work out the overnight bag - just had the bag pop off once as I woke up!


Details now received of the next landmark - the TWOC - 30th December. There was me thinking that it would be a simple removal - obviously not!


I can't help thinking back over this year of how surreal this whole episode is.


For me, I had almost no symptoms of PCa, even my initial PSA of just over 4 which started this journey off didn't ring alarm bells with me. Having had leukaemia for 8 years, I am acutely tuned to even the smallest changes in my bloods, and some of my levels (mast cell tryptase) have fluctuated outside of the normal range for years (due to me being on a maintenance chemotherapy dose), but walking into hospital Tuesday with no discernable symptoms for major surgery, and waking up with bits missing and holes in my tummy was just surreal. Sorry went on a bit there....


Anyway, there are a few of us on here that have had recent surgery and the advice from the many contributors is so very valuable - thank you.

User
Posted 22 Dec 2019 at 13:15

BH


TWOC is quite straightforward, keep yourself well hydrated the day before and on the day. Drink little and often on the day and then follow the instructions of the nurse at the clinic. Stay relaxed and it will be a breeze. Take a towel and seat cover to put on the car seat for the return journey just in case. 


Have a great Christmas.


Thanks Chris

User
Posted 22 Dec 2019 at 13:24

Good to hear things are moving along nicely. It would appear your catheter will be in for longer than me. I have just received confirmation of my TWOC, which is on the 27th. Hope you continue to recover and try and enjoy your Xmas as much as possible. I have been fortunate in having a 5 year grandson who lives very close by. Fortunately we will be spending some of the time with him and family on Christmas day. Which will fortunately give my wife a break as I haven't been able to help much. Hope you manage to sort out some of your other issue out and agree this forum has been a great help


 

User
Posted 22 Dec 2019 at 13:27

Originally Posted by: Online Community Member


BH


TWOC is quite straightforward, keep yourself well hydrated the day before and on the day. Drink little and often on the day and then follow the instructions of the nurse at the clinic. Stay relaxed and it will be a breeze. Take a towel and seat cover to put on the car seat for the return journey just in case. 


Have a great Christmas.


Thanks Chris


Good idea to take a towel and cover for the car seat.

User
Posted 22 Dec 2019 at 14:38

Take tena or boots pants with you better than pads. My husband only just had enough. Wish you well.on the day. 

Edited by member 22 Dec 2019 at 14:40  | Reason: Not specified

User
Posted 22 Dec 2019 at 21:37

Great to hear you are making excellent progress. Check this the nursing staff who will be doing the TWOC. I took some tens level 3 and they gave me an adult nappy and pads anyway but additional were for reassurance. Better to be over equipped. I also took a couple of gel travel Johns with me but didn’t need them on long train journey back...although not sure how I would have used as at min need a quiet area :-/


hope you have a fabulous festive week.


TG

User
Posted 30 Dec 2019 at 14:28

Well I passed TWOC today - now catheter free. Yippee!


No wet pads during TWOC either.... Although padded up for my journey home , just incase. I hope this is something to be optimistic about!

User
Posted 30 Dec 2019 at 15:27

That’s good. I found I leaked when walking fast or coughing after the catheter was removed. Watch out if you exert yourself!


Sounds like you’re doing well.


Did you get scanned to see if you were emptying your bladder?


Best wishes,


 

Ido4

User
Posted 30 Dec 2019 at 16:26

Thanks Ido4, yes scanned 4 times.


Fully empty twice, a tiny bit of residual the other two times.  Made it home dry - peeing is a bit uncomfortable now, but leak free for the time being!

User
Posted 30 Dec 2019 at 16:41

Wow sounds like you are doing amazingly. Here it's like Niagra falls. Only joking. Keep us posted and we'll done.

User
Posted 30 Dec 2019 at 16:50

BH


That's a great start, don't go to the loo "just in case" but don't wait too long either. Tense the pelvic muscles when standing up. 


Thanks Chris

User
Posted 30 Dec 2019 at 18:38

Thanks for that Chris, I'll keep that in mind. Must admit things feel a bit sore internally down there at the moment, but is suspect that is to be expected only 10 hours since catheter removed, and them urethral muscles haven't been used for 2 weeks!


Managing to retain about 150mls before bladder starts to feel a little full. Onky on water and tea for now until things progress further. Standing up is definitely better than sitting! 

User
Posted 31 Dec 2019 at 09:37

First night without a catheter. Another little victory!  Woke up twice: 2.15am and 5.15am to pee - but the pad was dry. Still very sore stopping and starting to pee; and its a bit of an effort and it works better standing than sitting - but the fact that my body knew that I needed a pee and didn't just leak, I'm going to put down as progress. Need to keep the fluids going in!


 

User
Posted 31 Dec 2019 at 10:15

Hi BHP,


Another milestone in the bag. I found peeing sore too, especially in my urethra (maybe chafing from the catheter) but I kept the fluids up and it improved over time. I also had a dull ache inside after peeing but that passed too.


Kev.

Edited by member 31 Dec 2019 at 10:28  | Reason: Grammar

User
Posted 31 Dec 2019 at 10:53
Brill
"Life can only be understood backwards; but it must be lived forwards." Soren Kierkegaard
User
Posted 02 Jan 2020 at 11:22

Update 16 Days post RP op, 3 days post TWOC.


Peeing is getting better, hurt like hell for the first 3 days starting and stopping - it wasn't a sting, almost like muscular pain. Sitting better than standing, although alternating seemed to ease things. Flow is quite slow, and I cant hold a lot in the bladder at this time - but getting better every day I think. Only stress incontinence (sneezing, coughing and farting) - although my wife has reminded me that that is no different to many women after childbirth - pelvic exercises helping here.


Still sore in the lower pelvic area and across the tummy - so behaving as far as taking it easy.  


Although still early days, absolutely no movement whatsoever in the erection department - smaller than before and deader than a dodo - small price to pay however - and my brilliant wife is really supportive.


So glad to get 2019 behind me, and looking forward to 2020 with renewed motivation. 


To those of you who have contributed to my various musings on here - a massive thank you - following your own journies (present and past) has been hugely informative.

User
Posted 02 Jan 2020 at 16:18
Good to hear you are doing really well .
User
Posted 02 Jan 2020 at 18:14

Happy New Year and I hope your recovery continues smoothly.


 

Ido4

User
Posted 05 Jan 2020 at 17:55

Hope all going well with your recovery.


I am nearly 6 weeks post op and am still feeling so relieved and pleased with what has in my case been an easy recovery from the procedure itself with very few SE that I was so worried about pre op.


Best wishes for 2020.


Grant60

User
Posted 06 Jan 2020 at 09:04

RP was 3 weeks tommorrow. Last few days have much better. A lot less discomfort peeing and flow and bladder capacity up about 60% on last week.  Still aching in the area of the prostate, but at least it doesn't feel like I'm sitting on a brazil nut all the time.  Incontinence limited to coughs, sneezes and farts - and last night I didn't need to get up to pee for the first time since the op. Tummy still tender in places, and fatigue easing as I make up the blood I lost during the op.


Took the dog for a gentle walk yesterday, which was another milestone - but definately not pushing things.


All in all I can't complain at all really!


 

Edited by member 06 Jan 2020 at 15:41  | Reason: Not specified

User
Posted 06 Jan 2020 at 09:36

You are doing great. Hope your recovery continues. Yes I am waiting for my results about the same time but as yet have not received an appointment date .

Edited by member 06 Jan 2020 at 09:54  | Reason: Not specified

User
Posted 06 Jan 2020 at 15:43

Originally Posted by: Online Community Member


You are doing great. Hope your recovery continues. Yes I am waiting for my results about the same time but as yet have not received an appointment date .



 


Just had mine through for the 19th Feb - day after my silver wedding anniversary - fingers crossed for ultra low PSA and good histology!

User
Posted 06 Jan 2020 at 19:33

 Looking at your numbers you seem to be in a better position having T2b compared to mine T3a /N0/M0 Gleasom 3+4 psa 8.74 I am not sure how much of a difference is between T2b and T3a other than mine was at the edge of the prostrate but might not be contained, whereas yours is within the prostrate. That's my understanding but could be wrong. Good luck with the results.


 


Biopsies 5 out of 11 cores on the right, left hand side biopsies benign. Fingers crossed we don't get any upgrades.

User
Posted 14 Jan 2020 at 20:14

Gents


Just wanted to wish you the best for your PSA readings.  Saw my urologist today for PSA reading of 0.02 six weeks post op and confirmation that negative margin (which is good as I understand it) in tissue margin removed.


Next PSA in 4 months when I hope reading will be undetected.


Best wishes


Grant60 

User
Posted 14 Jan 2020 at 20:26

Nice one Grant and good luck for the future.

User
Posted 15 Jan 2020 at 09:12

Originally Posted by: Online Community Member


Gents


Just wanted to wish you the best for your PSA readings.  Saw my urologist today for PSA reading of 0.02 six weeks post op and confirmation that negative margin (which is good as I understand it) in tissue margin removed.


Next PSA in 4 months when I hope reading will be undetected.


Best wishes


Grant60 



 


Thanks Grant.


Things getting easier by the day. Now TED stockings and injections all finished. Down to a level 1 pad during the day.  Still some discomfort but easing. Pee flow almost back to normal... lets hope good news from followup on 19th Feb.

User
Posted 15 Jan 2020 at 09:58

Good to hear you are still on the up.

User
Posted 15 Jan 2020 at 13:22

BHP


Great news on the progress :-)


TG

User
Posted 16 Jan 2020 at 08:24

Good to hear your progress.

User
Posted 16 Jan 2020 at 11:03

Great progress, here’s hoping your February review is reassuring too.

Ido4

 
Forum Jump  
12>
©2022 Prostate Cancer UK