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... m sorry your shot at a cure with surgery did not work out. At least you have rid yourself of the bulk of the cancer. ... (2 replies)
... a high PSA of 24 but much lower than my 113. ... (9 replies)
... just published that gives further support to the idea that early salvage radiation is wise for cases with risk factors such as yours, so having radiation shortly after you are judged sufficiently healed would seem to be the best course. ... (1 replies)

... I experienced a bit of this discomfort but at the level of minor nuisance, and my recollection is that it would go away after several months on Lupron. Most of us do not experience this. Pain relievers can help, if needed. ... (3 replies)
... My PSA levels were low. At discovery 4.1. Dropped to less than 1 when I went off. Rose to max of 6.1 at time of back surgery and once back on down below 1 or so now. ... (4 replies)
... radiation and chemo after rp does help ... jim is right in stating that radiation with hormonal therapy would help after surgery and you should also consider chemo ... this is my personal experience.. ... (4 replies)
... Your dad has a case with some challenges. If that Gleason and cancer on both sides of the prostate had been known prior to surgery, together with the PSA of 13 which was known, the doctor most likely would not have performed surgery. You may know that already. ... (4 replies)
... It's always good to hear that prostate surgery went well, and I'm glad for you both. ... (9 replies)
... Any detectable PSA following surgery, means they didn't get it all. The "standard of care" for follow up treatment is radiation of the prostate bed. ... (10 replies)
... you did not just have a fairly high post treatment PSA, but you had it virtually immediately after surgery. ... (5 replies)
... My first PSA after surgery was on December 31,2007 results were . ... (5 replies)
... Congratulations, Geifer, to you and your husband. I recently got my 3rd PSA post-surgery, also at 0.1. It is such a relief every time to hear that low number, and the longer we go without a rise, the more likely it is that we have the PCa beat for good! I know that your support is helping your husband to get through this. (3 replies)
... Hi everyone My husband had his surgery a total prostatectomy the 22nd. of March. We had his doctors appointment to get released to go back to work . His psa before surgery was 4 he is 52 years old and now it is 0. ... (3 replies)
... months ago PSA 1.54, 3 weeks ago 1. ... (2 replies)
... I was diagnosed with prostate cancer 10 years ago at age 51 with a psa level of 5.5,I decided on radical surgery.I had few side affects other than sexual function has taken a long time to get back to a reasonable level. ... (1 replies)
... At time of diagnosis, 53 years old, excellent health... PSA jumped from 3.2 to 5. ... (5 replies)
... Glad your doing well, my surgery was this past December 1st and I feel great! I still have to wear the pads and it's been about 4 weeks since the cath. has been removed. ... (2 replies)
... jotted down rapidly, but I'm confident they reflect what he said. He was discussing Leukine as a main topic toward the end of his major presentation on rising PSA after surgery or radiation. ... (8 replies)
... i had a gleason score of 5 plus 4 initial psa of 55 and positive margin in bladder after rp surgery and radiation and chemo taxotere plus 2 years of casodex and hormone treatment.... the surgery was in may 2006 and i have a ultra psa of less then . ... (4 replies)
... get it out.psa dont lie mine went from 2.4 to 4,8 in less than a year. dont understand what the # 13 was ,if it that high?i had cancer cofined to prostate, (4 replies)


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