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... It is disconcerting to get a diagnosis of cancer, but you are taking the right step by seeking information. ... (1 replies)
Gleason 8
May 1, 2017
... Be assured you are not alone in feeling tense after a diagnosis of prostate cancer. It is typically a scary time. ... (1 replies)
... My wife is a bit of a worry wart type, and as you know that can be a good thing in motivating you to prepare. The downside, of course, is unnecessary worry that preoccupies and disturbs you. Maybe your uro wants the mpMRI in part at least to reassure you. ... (6 replies)

... d you and apparently followed your situation for some time, and he does not appear to be rushing you toward a biopsy and treatment. Therefore his recommendation of an MRI has a lot of credibility. ... (6 replies)
... A PSA of 4.4 is just on the high side of normal, although it depends somewhat on age. A free PSA of 14.5 is in a "gray" area. If the PSA stays in this range after the Cipro, the doctor may want to do a biopsy. ... (9 replies)
... I'm with James. My PSA was 4. ... (4 replies)
... First off, you should be mindful of the great survival numbers, something that you probably have not paid much attention to until now. This is really very important. ... (9 replies)
... thumb to estimate the amount of PSA produced by healthy cells. One is that each cc of healthy tissue will produce 0. ... (31 replies)
... I tend to come around when worried....so here goes. This all started for me in 2011 with a PSA of 4.98. A week later i went to a urologist at NYU and PSA at that time was 5.4. After a course of Cipro it was 4.8. ... (5 replies)
... CONGRATULATIONS TO YOU BOTH ON THAT WONDERFUL PSA RESULT! ... (5 replies)
... term or for the rest of their lives. Based on the key but limited information you have posted, at this point you are potentially eligible. ... (8 replies)
... I'm sorry you got one of the short straws, but there is a lot that can be done these days for someone in your situation! ... (3 replies)
... another rule is to multiply the gland size by .1, which equals a PSA of 1.6 for you. Obviously, benign growth does not account for much of the PSA. ... (10 replies)
... First of all, I am sorry to hear of your husband's diagnosis. I know it is quite a shock. But I am confident he will be ok. I am not speaking as a doctor but as someone who had a similar diagnosis. ... (70 replies)
... I'm reading this after Tom already replied with some important information. I'll add to that, interspersed in an excerpt of your post, in green below. ... (27 replies)
... Hoping someone can help me out with some questions regarding free PSA and the biopsy decision. It appears to me that free PSA typically increases as you get older. ... (1 replies)
... My husband has A PSA of 4.6 and a positive biopsy, Gleason scale 7 and no cancer in the lymph nodes. He is 55 yrs old. ... (5 replies)
Psa of 50
May 20, 2010
... The PSA is a wonderful sentry to alert us that something is going wrong in the prostate, but that "something" is more often, in the case of a high PSA, an infection than it is cancer. ... (8 replies)
... t have PC. You simply have a PSA of 4.4...maybe there is more than what you have written, but I would be only guessing... ... (4 replies)
... High PSA of 17.4 is not unusual in men in their 80's and 90's, but for a 54 year old is suspicious. Quick rise of PSA levels is an indication of cancer. ... (19 replies)


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