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Tony; Be vigilant but don't make snap decisions. Watch for PSA rises and allow your surgery the time it needs to heal properly. This will take some time and give you more time to properly evaluate your situation and outcome. Once we start fighting this menace we are often prone to over react. Continue to educate yourself in the meantime so you can make the best decisions for YOURSELF. Know yourself and your situation before making any decisions that YOU have to live with. Hang in there and best wishes. Jon