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Prostate up & Down
Jul 22, 2009
... PSA for men with no prostate cancer for men in their 50s is .9, per research, so 2.9 is elevated. ... (6 replies)
... of PSA for every cubic centimeter of prostate tissue. ... (3 replies)
Prostate Problems
Jun 11, 2008
... adjusted normal PSA level for ages 60 to 69 of 0 to 4. ... (14 replies)

... based on the size of my prostate and the expected swelling from the trauma of the biopsy. ... (7 replies)
... You should feel free to pick up the phone and get that size estimate. Even better, request a copy of the doctor's notes, including the estimate. Size makes a big difference in PSA. ... (15 replies)
My husband
May 31, 2010
... I'm a prostate cancer survivor of a challenging case but not a medical professional. ... (12 replies)
... Hi again medved, Welcome back to the board. :wave: I'll insert some comments in green. Jim (2 replies)
... By the way, I'm a now savvy survivor at nine plus years of a challenging case of prostate cancer but with no enrolled medical education. ... (17 replies)
If 4.5 psa
Mar 27, 2009
... or to a combination of some of these. You are probably most worried about prostate cancer with that PSA of 4.5, but cancer is not the most likely cause. While such a PSA is in the zone of concern, it is not a very high PSA. ... (1 replies)
... And hi again back to you, David. I'll insert some comments in green. I would be happy to discuss this further or to help you get to the information on www.pubmed.gov. Take care, Jim (1 replies)
Psa numbers
Dec 29, 2008
... Dr. Catalona said that men with a PSA score at the average or lower value for their age group had a very low risk of prostate cancer. ... (34 replies)
... TRUS biopsy of prostate followed by 3 days of antibiotic Ciprofloxacin. No obvious blood in urine, plenty in sperm. ... (17 replies)
... w to do the culture is chancy. In other words, your PSA could still be due to an infection that the particular antibiotic was not designed to target. Also, the size of the prostate makes a big difference. A healthy prostate will produce about . ... (34 replies)
PSA rise
Nov 13, 2007
... You mentioned that the doctor did notice an enlarged prostate. There is research suggesting that healthy prostate tissue produces roughly . ... (9 replies)
... I had no real idea what normal was and when I found out it really stunned me. Descriptions I saw were 'size of a walnut' and I didn't know how to relate that to cubic centimeters. ... (7 replies)
... I'm back with some very conflicting test results: First, the background again: PSA 08/05: 1.6, 8/07 2.2 8/08 2.4 06/11: 4.98, 06/11 5.4 07/11: 4.7. During the 2011 tests my fpsa was only 12%. PCA3 done 06/11 was only 8.7. DRE normal but slightly enlarged; I waited a couple of months and finally had a 12 core biopsy at NYU Medical Center: No PCA, No HGPIN, No PIN, No... (24 replies)
... citrate spectra within normal limits. This is considered good news given the ratio's reportedly change with malignancies. ... (8 replies)
... Yes, a little on the young side, but not that much for prostate cancer. ... (14 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)
... A lot of us can attest to that. I would say your stress reaction and response indicates you are a normal human being. ... (5 replies)


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