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... I have been oof the board for awhile but came back on and noticved your post. I am a Gleason 9 with PSA 45 pre op in 2005. Roughly 3 years later after 1 year on Lupron, 1 year off and 1 year on the lowest I was able to achieve was . ... (53 replies)
... erriheme as a contrast shows prostate cancer much smaller than standard methods. Mine was recently pin pointed to lymph nodes above the the point of the salvage radiation I had post RP in 2005. ... (2 replies)
High PSA level 56
Nov 30, 2012
... if your husband winds up using hormone or radiation therapy. ... (17 replies)

... That must have been quite a shock, but because your PSA never got to undetectable levels after your RP, you knew that there was something left in there. ... (2 replies)
... three weeks after surgery the first PSA was high at 0. ... (6 replies)
... Last summer my husband did radiation for 41 sessions. We got all done with radiation and his psa was 0.6. Six months later it was 7.0 and a few weeks after that 8. So after another another 3 month PSA and it rose from 8 to 14. ... (27 replies)
... I'm just learning about interfering antibodies that distort PSA results. They seem to exist but be extremely rare. ... (11 replies)
... In brief for anyone not familiar with my case, I was diagnosed in 1999 following my first ever PSA of 113. ... (9 replies)
... I would've thought 4 yrs is long enough. Has his radiation oncologist seen cases take this long to achieve nadir with protons? ... (10 replies)
... I'm sorry to hear that 4 years after proton therapy his PSA has only gotten as low as 3.1. ... (10 replies)
... I'm replying to your post of June 18, yesterday, after reading several responses. ... (29 replies)
In complete shock
Jun 13, 2012
... to do. His experience shares some features with yours. He had nerve sparing procedure by one of the alleged top surgeons in the country. He had an elevated PSA in a few months and had radiation for salvage treatment. He recently had a post radiation PSA....zero. He is very happy. ... (35 replies)
... of yesterday after checking from your original post last year. I'm thinking Allen may have the best hunch as to what is happening. Hopefully your husband is seeing just a bounce. ... (27 replies)
... reading your posts, I realized that the .6 PSA two weeks after the radiation was just the aftereffect of the hormone therapy. ... (27 replies)
... Next step seems to be radiation but the radiologist is concerned about doing radiation on a post HIFU patient. Since the prostate is now gone, I can't see why. Does anyone know of studies on radiation post HIFU AND surgery? ... (1 replies)
... We've both been thinking about the decreasing PSA even while bone lesions were forming. ... (3 replies)
... ear old otherwise healthy man semiretired professional. I was diagnosed with Advanced prostate cancer in 2007 during a routine colonoscopy by Internist, MD stat PSA of 39. ... (3 replies)
... I'm responding to your post just before the replies by Baptista and Harpman. They raised good points. I hope your husband will get some answers so he can get rid of those leg sores. ... (52 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)
... 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)


Associated Tags: asymptomatic, bone mets, hdr brachy, hormones, iadt, imrt, low psa, prostate cancer, prostate cancer information, radiation therapy, urinary incontinence

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