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... or pain. My layman's impression is that a cystoscopy could similarly result in "trauma" and be the cause of your father's pain, but I have no idea how likely this would be, and the research seems scanty. ... (38 replies)
... s view, that you are experiencing a late but normal recovery from radiation and ADT. ... (3 replies)
... extension outside the prostate per DRE, four rounds of intermittent ADT3 initially with Lupron, Casodex, and finasteride, being around long enough that the medical oncologist who was my key strategist retired, and PSA being monitored with an ultrasensitive test. ... (3 replies)

... Thanks for welcoming me and thanks for the reply! ... (3 replies)
... PCa with a PSA at 27, the biopsy showed a little extension of the tumor outside the prostate borders. ... (3 replies)
Post surgery PSA
Mar 22, 2018
... Possible Tactics to Reduce Risk of Recurrence There are some tactics that you could start anytime that would likely improve your chance for avoiding a recurrence. I'll just list briefly the ones that come to mind, but there is evidence of varying quality behind each. Mild medications (for most patients, but knowing the ins and outs is wise): - metformin, even if not... (4 replies)
... I empathize with you and your husband. He is facing a challenging case, but there is a realistic basis for hope. ... (4 replies)
... for hair loss. It seems to have worked and I didn't really lose more. ... (3 replies)
... I had urine tested and was normal. So can I rule out infection as the cause? ... (5 replies)
... cancerous prostate will produce about .1 units of cancer for every cc of cancer, in other words, one tenth. Therefore, a prostate of 35 cc would account for a PSA based on healthy cells of about 3.5, and you are well below that. Another rule of thumb uses a factor of .067 for every cc, so 35 cc X . ... (5 replies)
... That PSA monitoring program looks sound, but I'm puzzled about the urologist's statement that you would have to live with the side effects of BPH. ... (36 replies)
PSA 200 to 8
Aug 24, 2016
... That is a wonderful drop from 200 to 8 in your father's PSA! It indicates he is having an excellent drop due to the drug, and than means the cancer is also reducing in size. ... (4 replies)
... I haven't hear of Rapaflo or Silodosin 8, but they are likely fine drugs as I am just not very knowledgeable about blockage issues other than knowing that finasteride and dutasteride can help. ... (36 replies)
Rise in PSA
Jul 23, 2016
... I'm glad you found the Board, and hope you get several responses. ... (9 replies)
... prostate cancer. In simple terms, that amounts to around 5 or fewer bone mets, and soft tissue mets that are not too widely spread. With more than 5 bone mets, the cancer tends to be more aggressive, in current thinking. ... (2 replies)
... Had to retake a PSA test because of a botched lab mistake and that was before I was taking finasteride. When I retook the test I had been on finasteride for 2 weeks and the PSA came back at 2.5 which is lower than the 3. ... (1 replies)
... but they aren't likely to detect any when your PSA is as low as yours. ... (3 replies)
... I can't get a good feeling for how extensive the cancer may be and or how truly aggressive. ... (3 replies)
... I have just read your latest post today and Allen's response. Allen covered the key points, and I see it as he does. I want to add further emphasis to just one point. ... (8 replies)
... to the combo of Zoladex and bicalutamide? ... (3 replies)

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