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... e fluid culture revealed that I had a prostate infection, and he put me on a three week course of antibiotics. About six weeks after this course, my PSA dropped from about 9 to about 2.5, which was still higher than my baseline. Later, when the PSA did not drop to the baseline, he did the biopsy. ... (21 replies)
... A key factor here is whether or not the hip pain was clearly related to the PC prior to treatment. A bone scan would indicate whether the pain is cancer or another factor such as osteoarthritis or sepsis. ... (2 replies)
... He has it on the ribs, hip and shoulder. ... (3 replies)

... is the pain in his hip from the cancer or the radation treatments? ... (4 replies)
... are cancerous. He took the hormone shots and held it off for about a year. Then, he took 5 palliative radiation treatments that didn't seem to do anything for pain but at that point, the pain was tolerable. ... (4 replies)
... He is convinced he has metastatic prostate cancer. He suffers from extreme anxiety as a result. And, now he is reporting pain in his back and hip. However, it could be because of his anxiety. ... (2 replies)
6 years later
Feb 3, 2011
... The drug seems to be very reliable and in the results from phase III have shown improved survival rates in men that do not responded anymore to chemotherapy. ... (7 replies)
6 years later
Feb 2, 2011
... D I can answer one of your questions at least from your immediately preceding post. ... (7 replies)
... omatic bone mets, and that even in the 1980s such men with less advanced cases had far, far longer responses to hormonal therapy. I'm now looking at my workbook from the National Conference on Prostate Cancer 2005, which was held in Washington, DC. Dr. ... (46 replies)
... Hi Candy, You and your family are going through a very rough patch, one of those times that is so hard to see through. It's hard, sometimes impossible, to know whether to keep fighting or to just relax and accept the course of developments without trying to change them. Maybe prayers are best at this point.I'll insert some thoughts in green on both sides of the matter. I... (7 replies)
... refractory survival. For instance, in a key paper in the New England Journal of Medicine, Dr. David Crawford, a highly respected prostate cancer doctor from Colorado, and his team documented these times to hormone resistance for several classes of patients. ... (46 replies)
... Hi Vinudev, I responded to some of the same concerns to Goelfamily in a post earlier today, so please take a look at that thread. I'll make some additional comments in green below. As always, remember that I have had no enrolled medical education and am just passing on my impressions after being on intermittent hormonal blockade therapy for a challenging case for over ten... (4 replies)
It could spread?
Apr 15, 2009
... xiety. Suggest you take things a step at a time and if your urologist feels your PSA and Free PSA are suspicious then the first step is to obtain a biopsy and go from there. Your hip and other pain are probably totally unrelated and are most likely arthritic unless you're leaving a lot out of your posting. ... (5 replies)
... of the superior options I found. I think you have a good chance of actually being in the same boat, and I'm inserting some comments in green in extracts from your post. ... (6 replies)
... and was diagnosed 6 years ago this month with metastatic pc. I had a 12 for 12 positive biopsy, gleason 7 and a bone scan showed it had spread to the lower left hip bone. It is now spread to both sides. I started out on flutemide and then Eligard, which I am still on. Once the Eligard had kicked in I quit the flutemide. ... (6 replies)
... I'm sorry your husband is going though bone pain and that you both are suffering from anxiety about a possible downward course from here. ... (1 replies)
... A friend sent me this site due to my having concerns about my "quality of life" recovery after Prostate Cancer Surgery. ... (0 replies)
... is moderately aggressive. Anything from the scans? ... (13 replies)
... raditation. But I think they are just buying time at this point. Everytime they treat a area it takes care of it but it returns in a new spot. It started in his hip then his shoulder and elbow. As of last night he was admitted to get his pain under control. ... (2 replies)


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