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... CT that you mentioned. The scan showed cancer had spread to the lower back...he pointed to the spine a few inches up. The PSA was at .8 and he was pleased. No pain. ... (4 replies)
... These findings indicate the cancer is likely well contained, which makes it likely that an attempt at a cure with surgery or radiation is likely to be successful, assuming use of modern technology and competence. ... (9 replies)
... Hi Pat - your question on 5 questions to ask after surgery: That was not my post, so keep looking. Here are a few thoughts: For right after surgery when talking to the surgeon - - Do you think you got it all? - Were you able to spare the nerves (if nerve sparing)? (17 replies)

Hmcg7
Sep 15, 2017
... m convinced that radical prostatectomy patients should all be followed up with ultrasensitive PSA tests. ... (6 replies)
... Thank you very much for this post! Best to you! (11 replies)
... Hello! I haven't posted in quite awhile. I am so thankful for the help we got here when my husband was diagnosed in 2013. When diagnosed, he was a Gleason 9, PSA 11.7, 7 cancerous cores out of 12. Most cores had high volume. My husband chose to do ADT for 4 months, EBRT for 5 weeks and 4 sessions of HD brachytherapy. ... (0 replies)
... Some hold the opinion that a slower drop in PSA to nadir is a better prediction of treatment success and a rapid drop can indicate biochemical failure. ... (0 replies)
... I just had my latest PSA post salvage radiation. PSA at start was 1.5. One month into radiation 1.0. End of radiation .47. 3 month post radiation .24. No w 5 months post radiation .20. Tren is good. I was hoping for more but I will not be greedy. ... (1 replies)
... I'm replying to your post in the middle of last month as you haven't had a response to date. ... (8 replies)
... nly registered today. First I am 61 years young. On July 12, 2007 I had a complete physical with no symptoms of anything wrong from a prostate perspective. My PSA came back a 24. ... (0 replies)
... My nadir PSA steadied at 0. ... (2 replies)
... From your post I suppose proton has been your only treatment, meaning that you got still your prostate in place. ... (1 replies)
... As I understand it, most men experience the "bump" within the first 24 months after radiation. My oncologist tells me we have to wait to see what happens to the PSA in 3 and then 6 months to obtain some sense of what this might mean. ... (1 replies)
... Hello all I have not posted for awhile as I finished my radiation treatment in early August. ... (1 replies)
... purposes as you suggest is done but it is not very common. In case of surgery failure the typical salvage treatment is radiation and that is done widely based on a protocol that includes all possible spots where cancer is considered to hide. This will include bladder neck as well. ... (8 replies)
... I'll insert some comments in green, responding to excerpts from your initial post on this thead. Please keep in mind that I, like most fellow participants on the Board, have had no enrolled medical education. ... (3 replies)
... I read your post I assume that the doctor looking at your results is your GP. ... (4 replies)
... I just had my first PSA 1 month post radiation. PSA droped from 1.5 to .47. My questions are since I have droped should I start HT or wait for further PSA tests and is this a significant drop for 1 month post radiation. ... (0 replies)
... Hi David, Congratulations on that awesome six months result of <0.04 after RT! :cool: :jester: :D :angel: That should make you feel great about paying your dues up front! I have a couple of thoughts about the case of the man you met. (2 replies)
... The "bounce" is certainly in play after proton radiation as well. ... (8 replies)


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