Thanks for reply Alan but I should clear my situation up a bit. I am 68 with severe spinal cord injuries and walking is barley capable without assist for years. Had couple heart attacks,, thyroid cancer, mid grade Barrett's dysplasia and a massive emergency gastric surgery.... all within last 8 years so my days of exercising are sadly low key now. I do feel overwhelmed all this now and seems the BCG failure was like my final hope. My Urologist that was doing Turbts & BCG 3 times over 2 years sent me to Oncologist at a training school here for said out of his league. Wait 8 hours past appointments to see Big Kahuna doctor and he see me 10 minutes then rushes off to next in line. I am losing faith in the whole process and thinking maybe just stop the train and put all in God's hands and not drag this out. Been fighting 1 mortal thing or other too many years now and this has really taken me down.
I’m on my 5th week on BCG and so far I’m back to lite CrossFit and I ride twice a week. 1mountain and 1 road. I do use a nice saddle that relieves pressure on the tender area, it’s called an ISM (split saddle.) I use it on both bikes. It’s sooo comfy! The only side effect so far has been some fatigue, but you gotta force yourself to stay in shape!