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... The pain you are experiencing could as well be a cause from any inflammation. ... (5 replies)
... in the outer shell of the prostate which could be related to a cancer tumour invading the prostate capsule. ... (5 replies)
... In 2005, I had terrible pain in my legs and knees and hips. I was also diagnosed with a Gleason 8 prostate cancer at that time. Of course with an aggressive cancer like that, there was the possibility that the cancer had spread to the bones in my legs. ... (5 replies)

... growing" prostate cancer when he was 67. The dr. said he would die of something else before the prostate cancer would get him. He recently died at age 87 following heart surgery. ... (11 replies)
... Hi All Sevens, thanks again for your words of encouragement this past week. I had a full physical with my GP yesterday. He decided that, given my DRE ("boggy, no nodules") and low PSA -- plus the fact that my symptoms are beginning to dissipate somewhat -- he wants to keep me on the Cipro and anti-inflammatories for another week or so to see how I do. At that point, we'll... (11 replies)
... ing myself out over this, to the point of losing sleep and not being myself. I'm trying to calm down, but my mind keeps obsessing on the articles I've read about prostate cancer patients with low PSAs, and the fear that I may be one of the few cases. ... (11 replies)
... I thought for sure that I had aggressive prostate cancer. ... (11 replies)
... All Sevens, I'm hoping the PSA score is indicative of a good prognosis. I've read that you can have aggressive prostate cancers with low PSA scores. One website said they had treated a man with a very aggressive prostate cancer who had a PSA of less than .5. ... (11 replies)
... on the internet about younger men getting "aggressive" prostate cancers. Plus, from the way I read it descriptions on various medical websites, the lists of symptoms of prostatitis and prostate cancer look the same. ... (11 replies)
... Relax. Prostate Cancer takes years to spread to the bones if untreated or if treatment fails to cure the cancer. ... (11 replies)
... oes not spread very fast. I had a similar experience when I was being treated for prostatitis, where I started feeling all sorts of symptoms and linking them to prostate cancer. Most of these symptoms turned out to be unrelated to the prostate. ... (11 replies)
... Hi, does anyone know how fast prostate cancer spreads? ... (11 replies)
... Since you are only 33 years old, it sounds more like testicular cancer. My son had it at age 20 with similar complaints. His was not caught early and ended up with 8 cancerous tumors in him before he got treatment. He survive and is now 40 years old. Testicular cancer is very curable. (8 replies)
... I am a 33 year old with extreme prostate problems. These problems have been going on for about 1 year. ... (8 replies)
... Nearly five years ago I suddenly got very ill one day. I had felt really run down for a few days as if I had been overtraining. No energy, lethargic, radiating pain in joints, etc. My fever spiked to 105 that day and I took a bunch of ibuprophin and broke the fever overnight. ... (4 replies)
PSA MRI and pain
Nov 20, 2016
... You know quite a bit more about prostate cancer and its diagnosis than I did back in 1999 when I was diagnosed with a challenging case. ... (4 replies)
PSA MRI and pain
Nov 17, 2016
... Two months later I started to have pain under my right rib, and in my left hip. ... (4 replies)
... y business to find out as much as I can about PCa....apart from trawling websites and forums like this one, I have read Patrick Walsh's book and "Invasion of the prostate snatchers" so I was aware of PSA density which you mention....I know that .1 is considered an "OK" figure and only when the figure rises into the realms of . ... (5 replies)
... hich yields 5.6 for PSA likely produced by health cells. Another competing rule of thumb is to multiply the volume by 0.067, which would result in 3.8. If your prostate behaves more like the first rule, the "unexplained" PSA would be just 2.7. ... (5 replies)
... hip bone. When went to the urologist the same day and the PA conducted a DRE and the prostate felt normal, no nodules, movable and not enlarged. ... (2 replies)

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