Thank you folks for your kind wishes.
Yeah, I'm okay. I've had worse surgery. Keyhole really makes such a difference. I have two very small and one small incision on my stomach which are healing nicely. I was discharged within 24 hours of being admitted. You can't argue with that, although I really can't recommend spending any kind of time in a Urology ward. My three roommates were two gents in their eighties and one in his sixties, all fitted with a catheter and bag, one of whom who needed to be reminded really quite regularly where he was and what the thing in his willy was for and to please stop screaming in pain and confusion every time he forgot, which was both frequent and loud during my one night there.
I still have no results from the biopsy, although my AFP count - some mystical number they use to tell whether or not you have cancer - should be halving every 5-7 days if the thing had been the source of the problem. So far they've dropped from 1419 to 589. Although we'd need to see a repeated drop and the biopsy results before coming to any conclusions.
To finish, you really have no idea how many bodily movements come through your central core until you take it out of the equation for a while. And you have no idea the relief the first erection brings when you've been operated on near your man-bits.
"Owen, you must hide this baby, at all costs, from Anakin Skywalker."
"Okay. Should we continue to call him Luke Skywalker?"