Re: Prognosis prostate cancer bleeding
I am so sorry your father-in-law is not doing well. Being miles away makes things even more difficult, I know. Only his medical team can tell you how much time they expect him to have left, and even then it is only an educated guess. Patients can take a rapid turn at any point when they are in such a fragile state.
Although exhausting, I don't think families ever regret visiting their loved ones at times like this; whereas if they don't go, sometimes there are regrets. Even if he has months, I think seniors do better when family is around. A familiar face in a scary place tends to be more comforting than any medicine sometimes.
That said, however, you have to do what is best for you and your family and realize this isn't a perfect world and we don't all live nearby anymore like the Waltons used to.
Sending prayers your way for your family and your father-in-law. May his days be peaceful and pain-free.