It appears you have not yet Signed Up with our community. To Sign Up for free, please click here....

Message Board

Cancer: Prostate Board Index
Pages: 1 ... 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 ... 9Showing 121 - 140 of 178 for jump in psa. (0.005 seconds)

... T2a PSA 9.6 High numbers and very scary. ... (139 replies)
... And this is what I have been fighting with all my hearth to get going. However I am caught in a type of catch 22. I did not want to waste a month and more before starting the process. ... (6 replies)
... o the quotations you used around my comments, I can present excerpts from your post, adding green to the quoted parts from my earlier responses, and respond here in blue. Hopefully this will not be too cumbersome. ... (8 replies)

... ensitive PSA testing point out that the early trending capability allows additional lead time to treat recurring patients with salvage radiation therapy when the PSA is lower and the cancer is most likely to respond favorably. ... (29 replies)
... Viperfred is probably in the handful of most knowledgeable prostate cancer survivors in the nation on CyberKnife, so you've already gotten great tips on that. ... (7 replies)
... t and want to provide a little bit of my history as it sounds similar to yours. This might be too late as it sounded like you were planning a biopsy this week. In either case this might be helpful ... ... (10 replies)
Hormonal therapy
Nov 10, 2009
... but I well know the concern that comes when that PSA starts rising into the tenths. ... (8 replies)
... gnosis. After reading the complete paper on June 14 after posting this, I would like to add that the groups compared looked highly comparable to me, as asserted in the study. ... (14 replies)
... Prostate cancer decision making is tough for many of us, and with some complicating features in your case, your decision was going to be even harder than average. ... (31 replies)
... I'm 58 so sure I've had a grumbling back in the past, but never quite like this.... ... (5 replies)
... Primer, and it notes that prostate massage can also sometimes help prostatitis. Sometimes it's just something the patient has to live with. Hopefully advances in medical science will give us better tactics for dealing with prostatitis. ... (25 replies)
... Reaching this level provides reassurance that the cancer is in remission. ... (3 replies)
I am so worry.
Feb 20, 2009
... Why would you jump to that conclusion? ... (8 replies)
... With a 12.8 PSA I wouldn't jump to the conclusion that I'm out of the woods and a good candidate for watchful waiting. ... (6 replies)
... The outfit my doctor uses in the states is LabCorp, and the actual LabCorp lab he sends the sample to is in North Carolina. ... (33 replies)
Scared wife
May 5, 2011
... I'll welcome you to our board, one I'm sure you never included in your plans. None of us did, but we are a good group, and I hope you will get reassuring information and support. ... (8 replies)
Real or False
Mar 25, 2011
... I am a 57 y.o. white male in pretty good shape and am active as well. Had my annual physical 2 weeks ago. Everything was fine with the exception of the PSA test. Came back at 5.2. One year ago it was 1.2.... ... (17 replies)
... arted this thread saying there were questions to follow and Jim's response has triggered some more questions so I'll start with them. However, I invite anyone to jump into thread. ... (5 replies)
... like PSA checks every 3 months. ... (5 replies)
... I do not know your status before your RT, but your PSA of 2.01, after radiation, is not considered abnormal. The important is to get your Nadir and start from there the judgement. ... (8 replies)

Associated Tags: cancer, prostrate, psa level prostate cancer

Pages: 1 ... 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 ... 9

All times are GMT -7. The time now is 04:33 PM.

© 2018 MH Sub I, LLC dba Internet Brands. All rights reserved.
Do not copy or redistribute in any form!