She may well refer me to the continence care nurse. I'd also like to congratulate you for the support you offer to everyone who's affected by Prostate Cancer. Bob (Telemando)Hi Jadzia Following your advice, I now have a contact number for the local continence nurse. She said that they wouldn't be able to see me for eight weeks (! Sorry for all the questions, but knowing the NHS as I do, you don't get anywhere by being passive. My first step is to email my GP and see whether she has any advice.) but she would put some useful information in the post. Sorry also that I cannot offer any better advice for you. There is a decided lack of interest/knowledge in men with Prostate Cancer, and related issues. I'm don't what to do after that, but I'm sure I'll think of something!And after 2 pints of larger I need a loo every 10 minutes!!! I'm very pleased with the Always Ultra that I'm using - even though it's a product for women!I find if I am at home I can sometimes 'train' my bladder to wait until I am ready to empty. I have tried Molimed Protect; this is a little bulky but has an ingenious "pocket" design to stop the male organ from wandering about when sleeping.I use one pad during the day and another at night, but the pads never get drenched.I still have issues with stress incontinence, and this was particularly bad a couple of weeks ago when I went down with a cold and was coughing and sneezing repeatedly, but mostly I just get a few small drips each day.
However, I had my third post-surgery PSA blood test last week and I'm sweating on the results.I'm doing the Kegels exercises and I'm hopeful I will continue to improve.I'm longing for the time when I can throw the pads out completely, go back to wearing boxers during the day and sleep naked! Bob Hi Telemando, I had a prostate removal and had the same problems you descibe.I've also tried Molimed Active but couldn't really get on with it.I still have some left and I'll try it again if my problem improves.