It's something that's been on my mind too. How is following radiotherapy or treatment determined? I understand after RP, we have to take a further PSA test & see the results of the biopsy on our removed prostrate?
Does this determine If Radiotherapy is required? I'm worried about recovering from the op, returning to work and then potentially having to have radiotherapy and have more time off or disruption.
Setting aside the getting better bit, we still have to feed the family & put a roof over our heads. I'm worried about my employer getting fed up with it & flirting me when the next round of job losses comes in. It's been a battle surviving the recession in construction. These young, keen fellas are chomping at the bit to step up to my position & pay grade. I was there too a few years ago & to get the 'senior' bit inserted before the manager on the job title blokes will stop at nowt. Being only 44, I'm in the thick of the financial burden with kids at uni, a stay at home wife , cars all round and jack Russell terrier that has a liking for fine quality dog chews & loses tennis balls like nobody's business.
Off for a run to take my mind off it lol.