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... Have so many health issues going with my husband right now. He was hospitalized in March for congestive heart failure. He spent a week in the hospital. ... (8 replies)
... Same problem with my 62 year old husband. He is now paralyzed from hips down due to a metastatic prostate tumor that pressed into his spinal cord. The tumor was removed surgically, but the use of his legs did not come back. This was how we learned he had cancer. ... (1 replies)
... The nurse at our urologist's office told me that most older men have some form of prostate cancer. ... (8 replies)

... My husband is 75 years old and dealing with an enlarged prostate. He also has urinary issues and ED. Back in October he had a DRE done and the following week a PSA test done. The results of his PSA were 7. ... (8 replies)
... My husband had his prostate removed laparoscopically for prostate cancer. The surgery went well. He had a catheter for a week. It was removed and all seemed well. Good control, no leakage. None of the things he feared. ... (2 replies)
... My husband has just been given simular options.. ... (42 replies)
... It is very important for those seeking information to learn of good outcomes, which I hope you and your husband will continue to enjoy. ... (42 replies)
... IADT3since2000, I just think that you're the best. You always are very informative and I've learned alot from you. I just wanted to take the time to thank you and I'm very thankful that you're on this post. Your opinion on this question? My husband has had 2 PSA's post surgery--both 0--are there any other tests that he should be having? I will check out your thread on... (42 replies)
... I'm a 65 year old male who has had two episodes of recurrent prostate cancer in 2007 and 2009. ... (42 replies)
... D and Donna Pogliano. It is very strong on how to tailor the therapy choice to the patient's medical circumstances rather than just relying on general odds. It has outstanding graphics and color illustrations, a superb index, clear text, and an outstanding set of forms for recording information. ... (9 replies)
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... so much progress has been made in the past few years that the vast majority of all cases have very favorable outcomes. ... (9 replies)
... Hi, My name is Kasey and I have been maried to my wonderful husband for 36 years. We found out today he has prostate cancer. I am so scared and worried. I talked with the urologist today and she has sent out information in the mail to let us know his options. ... (9 replies)
... Thank you for your response. I do understand that having the organ removed is no guarantee. I had a hysterectomy at age 28 because of cancer and I still am tested to make sure everything is OK. ... (42 replies)
... I'm so sorry to hear about your neighbor and I will keep that family in my prayers. So young and willing to help, it breaks my heart. I can't imagine loosing a child at that age. ... (42 replies)
... wildewoman, I know what you and your husband are going through. I was diagnosed in Sept., age 62, traveling, etc. ... (42 replies)
... Sorry your husband has PCa. ... (42 replies)
... ous medical reasons one treatment might be definitely better than another. Sometimes tests, like the endorectal MRI with spectroscopy, can help determine if the cancer has penetrated the capsule. ... (42 replies)
... Wildewoman, Yes, your world has changed but you're right--it just a different path. And the 2 of you are getting so much info from these great people. I can tell that you'll both be fine and will deal with everything as One. Have a great day and enjoy that cruise!!! precious49 God Bless You and Yours Today and EveryDay ps--after the surgery?--if you have any questions... (42 replies)
... Gleason scores, PSA levels, etc. before we meet with the cancer team. ... (42 replies)


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