Why Surgery is a Bad Idea

Be careful of the lies promises that you are told. Surgery is never required for this disease and is considered gross overtreatment for low risk Gleasons by progressive urologists. Sadly, those progressive urologists are few and far between. The primary focus as to why surgery is a bad idea is because:

Ask any surgeon if they can remove a cancerous body part without cancer cells escaping into the bloodstream. In addition, there is no surgeon on the planet who can guarantee nerve sparing surgery, fancy robot or otherwise. The only way to determine if the nerves will be spared is upon removal. At the time of removal, if the prostate is "sticky" when it comes out, say goodbye to the nerves and hello to a lifetime of side effects.