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Tomorrow is the big day

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Bill_4
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Joined: Jun 2009

Hello all,
Tomorrow is my robotic prostatectomy. It seems like a long time since I was diagnosed in late May but I am ready for surgery and beyond. This forum has been ever so helpful in getting me to this point. Thanks to all of you and good luck on your decision making and/or healing.

Bill

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lshick
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Joined: Apr 2009

We'll be here cheering for you as you come out the other side.

Larry

hopeful and opt...
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Hopeful and optimistic is where its at

Ira

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spottydog10
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Joined: Jul 2009

Good luck Bill,
Mike

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gkoper
Posts: 174
Joined: Apr 2009

The worst part of my RP experience...............hospital food.
Good luck Bill.
George

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ismetals
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Joined: Feb 2009

I think the worst part was not wanting to eat?

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lewvino
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Joined: May 2009

Good luck Bill, Will be thinking about you as you recover. Please keep us posted since I'm up for robotic surgery on August 12th.

Larry

Kentr
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Joined: May 2009

Bill,

You will be fine! We're all here for you.

Kent

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Winchef
Posts: 13
Joined: Jun 2009

Wishing you all the best. Remember that recovery is just a temporary thing. Hopefully in three weeks or so, this will be all behind you. Hang in there.

Dave

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dopplerjockey
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Joined: Jul 2009

You hang in there, by now as I type this, the surgery should be over, and you might be a little rummy and hurting right now, but you will feel better before too long.
All of us here wish you the best, and keep us all posted on how things are getting along in your post-operative period.

NM
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Joined: Jul 2009

I will be thinking about you Bill Good luck and God bless you...Nick

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shubbysr
Posts: 87
Joined: Jun 2009

Good thoughts and prayers continue . . .

Jim (shubbysr)

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segersales
Posts: 11
Joined: Jul 2009

Good Luck. It went pretty well for me. Home after one night. I drove 3 days later. Probably could have driven home the next day after surgery, if I really had to...not recommended, but I did drive a bit buzzed in the college days.

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shubbysr
Posts: 87
Joined: Jun 2009

Glad to hear that surgery went well. Now we wait for the pathology report and the return to normal function.
Do not push yourself too fast.

jim (shubbysr)

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