Good luck for tomorrow.
I'm a couple years older with 3 very grown up kids in the 30's and 4 wonderful grandchildren, I'm going nowhere.
I have my (RALP) thingy on Monday 12th Dec and will be pleased when it is out, but even more pleased when the catheter hopefully comes out on the 22nd Dec.
It took just over 2 months from MRI to byopsie to removal, on Monday. I have a T3a grade, 3+4 = 7 G but only a 3.87 psa. They found the issue cancer by accident as part of a ultra sound investigation for something else. Passed a request to investigate note on to my GP who only referred me as I presented with a second symptom, peeing a lot at night, to go with my borderline psa.
For me it's all about the position of one of the masses that needs dealing with pronto.
Let me know how you get on and how the recovery goes.
Take care, Kevin