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Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: rlp. recovery "Tongue in Cheek"

A wise decision methinks!!! Look forward to reading your dissertation.

Re: rlp. recovery

Great news everyone.My doctor agreed to returning to
work after the holidays.She felt gradually increasing
my activities over a few weeks would be more benefical
than jumping right back into the work routine.But the
best news is that my post op psa came back at .01.You
can't ask for a better day than that.
Take Care
C.Busch

Re: rlp. recovery

They said it would be 4-6 weeks before I would be able to go back. I went back in 3, but I have a desk job. I had pain and discomfort when I exerted myself too much in the first few weeks. There was also a little bit of blood in my urine, but it passed (sorry about that). If you can, give yourself as much time as you can afford. The first week back I could only do half-days because I was tired.

Mark

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