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Re: cannot pee

He may not be in the hosp., I was discharged about 24 hours after my operation.

Re: cannot pee

Thank you for your replies. My husband's prostate was 105cc, very large. I THINK TOO LARGE FOR DA VINCI SURGERY. During surgery his blood pressure dropped and his kidneys shut down, he now is in ICU with a breathing tube and on dialysis. I'm posting this for other men considering da vinci surgery who have large prostates. Please keep him in your prayers.

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