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... 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. ... (0 replies)
... Thank you Dale for the encouraging words. It means a lot through these troubling times. By the way, after taking another PSA test when I visited my urologist this week, it jumped to 7. ... (5 replies)
... is better than 14. The 14...like the 6.1 ...is out of the range, but the highest in the range is only 25. As you know the PSA and the PSAf give only estimates. The normal DRE is encouraging...and would allow me to face a biopsy with some confidence. ... (5 replies)

... I am 65 and have been on this board for a number of years and have learned quite a bit. Up until recently, I have had my PSA and the understanding of it under control. My recent readings have changed all that. ... (5 replies)
... nformation from the screening process to biopsy to treatment. The book contains Partin tables which identify statistics on the spread of the cancer based on the PSA value and the Gleason score. ... (6 replies)
... From what I read 6 is much better than 7... ... (6 replies)
... Diagnosed in 1999 with PSA 6.7 and Gleason 5. ... (3 replies)
... Hello SBEAR1102. I am somewhat older than your husband but I was diagnosed with prostate cancer in 2004, PSA 6.7 and further biopsy tests showed it to be malignant. ... (70 replies)
Psa 6.3
May 1, 2005
... I had a regular checkup with my physician in March, 2003. PSA was 4. Within a month, I had some pain and difficulty urinating and went back. PSA was 4.7. After taking strong antibiotics for a month, did another reading, and my PSA had increased to 5.8. ... (8 replies)
... After 3 PSA results of 5.17, 5. ... (0 replies)
PSA of 246
May 29, 2013
... Just returned from my scheduled urologist appointment. My PSA has dropped to 7.6. He said it might plateau at this level, or drop further. ... (12 replies)
... I'm a first time poster as I found this board today on yet another search for good prostrate health information. In skimming through the first 20 pages of threads, there is a lot of stuff I was just not aware of. The books on prostrate health I've read were not as detailed or informative. I've picked up some leg/butt/hip pain over the past 3-9 months in addition to my... (2 replies)
... the ADT have gone! No more hot flushes, tiredness, better moods, small weight losses to name a few. Perhaps some could be put down to less anxiety with falling PSA and of course this is all good. ... (1 replies)
... Hello all I have not posted for awhile as I finished my radiation treatment in early August. I have since had 4 PSA tests: Mid September 6 weeks post treatment PSA=0.14 :) October 5th annual checkup PSA=0.13 :) December 9th PSA=0.19:) Today March 5 PSA=0.42 :( The September and December tests were done by the same lab and the October and March tests were done by the same... (1 replies)
... and total Total PSA 6.9, Free PSA 0. ... (29 replies)
... some thoughts on my situation. I am 61 years old but look and feel 20 years younger. I have always been in good health with frequent doctor check ups, etc. My PSA number has always been in the 2. ... (5 replies)
... IADT3since2000 posted this below in an earlier post to me and I have an 80 gram Prostate with a psa of 6. ... (15 replies)
... OK for anyone interested, I just received my latest PSA result of 7.98. ... (17 replies)
... ith prostate cancer five years ago. Mine was 6.7 on the gleeson scale and by the time they operated on me, it was 16.5. I had a redical prostatectomy and later a 6 weeks course of radiotherapy and now my PSA is 0.004. Virtually zero. They have found it in your husband in good time so don't worry. ... (70 replies)
... Hi doncy and welcome to the board! I'm responding to your original post below. I'm with kcon in not knowing this area well, but we non-docs are not alone: the urologists aren't on real firm ground either. :dizzy: :( Obviously Testosterone Replacement Therapy is a common method for urologists, and so you can guess that the American Urological Association, their medical... (40 replies)


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