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... prostate cancer AND CHAARTED . I just did that and got 43 hits after clicking on the filter on the left to drop any papers that did not have abstracts. ... (3 replies)
... Hi again, I think knowing the size would be useful and makes sense. Be sure that the ultrasound scanning technician and the interpreting radiologist know that you want to know the size of the prostate. I believe that is routine, but it would be good to make sure. In the odd event that they would not be willing to provide the size, you should go to someone else. For a... (3 replies)
... Hi efang, and welcome to the Board! :wave: In a sense the urologist is right, but there may be information that could save you the money for the 4K score, though that is a quite reasonable step. You might want to contact the 4Kscore company to see what deal they would be willing to work with you. Your PSA records are helpful. After running all of them through a heavily... (3 replies)

... If your husband is refusing a biopsy, he may be in denial. He doesn't want to know that he has prostate cancer. But the longer he waits to begin treatment, the more it will spread. My husband is 74 and has Stage 4 Prostate Cancer with mets to the bones. His biopsy results were Gleason 9. He is being treated with Lupron and Zytiga (started on Casodex to reduce... (3 replies)
Deciding Treatment
May 15, 2018
... Hi mufj, Welcome to the Board! :wave: First of all, your case statistics look excellent, giving you a good shot at success with active surveillance. :cool: As it is now 2018, we have come to know a lot about active surveillance, including how to do it and how well it works, which is very well indeed. This is based on published research from around the world at many... (3 replies)
... was I couldn't pee right after the surgery, which they attributed more to anesthesia than to the procedure. ... (3 replies)
... and also glancing on the right, after clicking on promising abstracts, for similar studies. ... (38 replies)
... About three weeks ago, when I exchanged emails with my father's Urologist, he told me that he is still not sure about the cause of my father's penis pain after the cystoscopy, MRI and biopsy. My father is currently on a daily tablet of Nitrofurantoin and a capusle which is a mix of Silodosin and Dutasteride. ... (38 replies)
... of curing prostatitis. Some have a lot of pain after removal of the prostate to cure prostatitis. ... (38 replies)
... Hi again Rod, Here are some thoughts. Rapid growth/low T: Yes, what appears to be rapid growth, if sustained, would make me worry too if I had such a low testosterone level. There is still a chance, in my laymanís view, that you are experiencing a late but normal recovery from radiation and ADT. I would want PSAs every month, or at least every three months for a while... (3 replies)
... dl after the end of my ADT course, and have been falling at every 6 monthes biological exams. ... (3 replies)
... being monitored with an ultrasensitive test. While I was diagnosed about ten years before you and at the younger age of 56, I did not have radiation until 2013, after you did. ... (3 replies)
... Hello IADT3, Sorry to bother you again! I have a question about my father's persistent penis pain. If you have any insights about it, I am eager to know: My father first had pain in his penis (a 4 on a scale of 1 to 10) in Dec 2017. His Urologist did a Urine culture and the results indicated EColi infection greater than 10000 CFU/ml. Antibiotics were given and a... (38 replies)
... My father's Urologist told me that he will see my father in 3 months , repeat PSA at that time and decide on how to proceed after that. ... (38 replies)
... I was feeling positive after the consultation, but I still believed I had little chance of surviving beyond five years. ... (43 replies)
... Hello IADT3, I hope you are doing well! Thank you again for all of your insightful answers so far!! If you don't mind, I have a few updates and then a couple of questions: 1) The pathology report from last week was all that was done with the initial biospy and the IHC marker test was recommended but not done. My father saw the Urologist yesterday and the IHC marker... (38 replies)
... Hi there, I'm 82 years old now, on 5mg of finasterid. 9 years ago I was diagnosed with a Gleason 7 (4+3) PCa with a PSA at 27, the biopsy showed a little extension of the tumor outside the prostate borders. My American oncologist (now retired) put me on a total hormonal blockade with Zoladex injections + Casodex pills + finasteride 5 mg. I had also 10 sessions of... (3 replies)
... Nowhere in the report is there any mention of the prostate volume or any commentary after the Impressions on further implications. Your comments? ... (38 replies)
... Hello IADT3, I hope you are doing well. Following is my father's prostate biopsy report. If you don't mind, I have some questions after that: ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Histopathology and Cytology (38 replies)
... Thanks again for your helpful reply!! I hope to see the biopsy report sometime this week. I will have questions for you after that. I hope that is okay. ... (38 replies)

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