I just wanted to reach out and tell you that with my father, we have just been through the biopsy - phone call consultation - diagnosis - contact from Macmillan nurse process.
It started from his latest PSA test in Oct which was 5.3 which lead to MRI scan (Nov) showing a small shadow on his prostate leading to a biopsy.
My father had his biopsy on 11th Dec. He was told at the time it would take roughly 10 days for them to cultivate the cells, assess his case and provide feedback.
Same as yourself my Dad received an email with an appointment letter for 23rd Dec for a telephone consultation. On the 23rd he was given his diagnosis and treatment plan. He had a follow up telephone call with a macmillan nurse the next day. My Dad's treatment (hormone therapy in his case), started Christmas Eve.
The date of your telephone consultation will depend on the availability of the consultant too. I doubt it reflects the nature of your case, if that helps.
It has been a rollercoaster of a journey since Dad was told he needed a biopsy up until the telephone consultation. But now we know the plan ahead of us it puts us at ease somewhat. However the worry of the treatment and associated side effects brings a another bunch of stress. Currently as a family we are taking each day at a time.
In summary I wanted to say that you are in good hands. Try and find ways to manage the anxiety and stress. Stay in touch with family and friends which I know is difficult in this pandemic. Talking about how you are feeling will help.