Second guessing or being sure.
I am scheduled to have my prostate removed next week. In the past few days I have received comments from a number of men who have a similar situation to me. They ended having additional testing on their cancerous prostate and were told they didn’t need surgery, either because their Gleason score was lower than first reported or their cancer was determined to be very slow growing. I started wondering if I should get another opinion. I know it’s close to surgery time but I want to do what will provide me with the best outcome. My biggest fear is that if I do get another opinion and they agree surgery is best, I might regret doing it in the first place. I don’t know if this is being smart or as the day of surgery gets closer, I’m having “buyer’s remorse”. Any of you ever felt this way? Thanks for responding.