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... is useful in diagnosis of prostate carcinoma". ... (34 replies)
... Raised PSA levels. To rule out Prostate Cancer. ... (34 replies)
... s plan looks sound to me, especially dumping the biopsy if the PSA pattern signals that an infection is driving the PSA. ... (2 replies)

... My laymans' impression is that your father has no cancer, but the results to date do not rule out any stage of cancer, though they do make it even less likely. ... (34 replies)
... There could be prostate cancer hidden within the rapid rise in PSA, contributing just a little. If so, and if it were the mild type of prostate cancer, most likely "active surveillance" would be appropriate for a man of 81. ... (34 replies)
Changes in PSA/PC
Mar 15, 2018
... Thank you so much. Extremely helpful information. (6 replies)
Changes in PSA/PC
Mar 14, 2018
... m thinking your urologist strongly suspects infection is causing your fluctuating PSA results as those results are consistent with the classic pattern for prostate infections that wax and wane but not with prostate cancer. ... (6 replies)
... s best interest and not mine. Moreover, while he was known as an excellent surgeon for kidneys, he was not known for his prostate work. ... (37 replies)
... Hi, about 2 months ago, my biopsy revealed a Gleason 6 score of prostate cancer. Before I jump into my questions, let me first give you my stats and facts. I feel it will help generate some excellent advice. ... (1 replies)
... :wave::wave:hi i have a large prostate gland which is pressing on my bladder thats why i must have a prostate biospy not looking forward to it or the colonoscopy being a baby when it comes to pain thankyou for letting me to what expect on the day regards paul (15 replies)
... e Tall Allen had but my experience is much like the others. It was a little uncomfortable but not bad. Like you, I was thinking I could have my colonoscopy and prostate biopsy at the same time. No such luck. ... (15 replies)
... and not prostate cancer. Getting yet another PSA seems like sound advice. Your baseline PSA of 2. ... (8 replies)
Prostate biopsy
Jun 21, 2017
... neuroendocrine prostate cancer" AND radiation . ... (5 replies)
Prostate biopsy
Jun 8, 2017
... As you can see from the delay in my response, you are not the only one with time constraints. ... (5 replies)
Prostate biopsy
May 23, 2017
... Your diagnosis of small cell carcinoma prostate cancer and the comment from the biopsy mean that you need to find some especially expert help to deal with this cancer. ... (5 replies)
... is to go through those first awful days after the diagnosis! But hang on to your optimistic thoughts as they are much more likely to be closer to the truth for prostate cancer, which is, as you have fortunately already realized, vulnerable to many treatment options that can slow, halt or eliminate the disease. ... (9 replies)
... has spread through the capsule. mpMRI is being done rather frequently these days to stage cases after diagnosis, or sometimes to aid a decision whether to do a biopsy and what areas of the prostate to sample. Do you know that your planned MRI will be a mpMRI? ... (9 replies)
... Was that pathology done at an expert lab that handles a very heavy flow of prostate cancer biopsies? ... (9 replies)
Newly diagnosed
Feb 10, 2016
... The results you quote do suggest cancer. ... (6 replies)
... free probabilities at various time periods. ... (6 replies)

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