Thank you again Onlyconnect. You are very understanding and I can see that you and Jake are fortunate to have each other. I read Dana Jenning's blog and it was helpful. I do wish however that this darn peeing would at least slow down soon. My sweet wife keeps telling me to give it time and have faith. I guess I have to be more patient. As Dana Jennings said, "keep kegeling......" That I will do. Thanks again.View Thread
I too had a Gleason score of 3 4 and had robotic surgery 9 weeks ago. Results seem to be very good except for the incontinence. I'm wondering if your boyfriend did anything to get past this issue aside from Kegels? I do Kegels multiple times per day but still can't stand up without losing all bladder control. I can lay flat on my back and I can sit without leaking but as soon as I get up it starts. Any tips at all would be very much appreciated. The information you have already posted is very helpful. Thank you.View Thread
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