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... I'll excerpt a small portion of your post and insert some thoughts in green. ... (3 replies)
... My PSA before operation was 22. ... (3 replies)
... I'm responding to your initial post after the two posts you have received with excellent advice. ... (3 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)
Psa jump
Apr 17, 2010
... Any time your psa changes like yours did, it should be a source of concern. Your oncologist must be aware of the sudden rise from .1 to . ... (2 replies)
... prostatectomy psa of 13 is suggestive of systemic disease. But, in any event, the next step is appointment with a medical oncologist. ... (1 replies)
... Hi, I have been browsing these boards for a while. I am worried about my farther and any input would be much appreciated. He had PC surgery in March of 2008. The pathology showed the following: “Gleason grade 4+5, with established extraprostatic extension and perineural invasion. No definitive involvement of margins or seminal vesicles “. He did not start his radiation... (2 replies)
... I thought I would post this for those out there that have high Gleasons. We hear a lot of negative stuff or stuff that doesn't seem to apply to us so I wanted to share my good news. ... (7 replies)
... op PSA of .03. ... (2 replies)
... At least your situation is now looking good with that late October PSA of 18.5! ... (5 replies)
... I am happy to report that my 6 month post treatment checkup at University of Florida Proton Therapy Institute went very well. My PSA has dropped from 4.0 when I started proton radiation to 0.9 six months post treatment. Also, I have no side effects now and feel great. The PSA was 1. ... (2 replies)
... Hi medved, Kcon's post is outstanding, and shs50's post added a real-life example, but I want to comment on the recommendations you got from Johns Hopkins. Ill put it in green in an excerpt from your third post. Take care, Jim (15 replies)
... neccesary to begin with but that's not a chance I took because there is no cure if even one cell escaped the surgeon's scalpel. He also stated "in 15 years as a Radiation Oncologist he had'nt put anyone in a colostomy bag yet". That was good to hear! ... (8 replies)
... values, not the ultrasensitive, and I was .1 at 36 months, .2 at 39 months, and .25 at 41 months. I will be getting another PSA draw this Friday, so I'll know more next week. ... (8 replies)
... cing a rising PSA after surgery has got to be unnerving, and I'm glad your mind was eased after Lionel gave some reassuring information about his experience with radiation side effects. ... (8 replies)
Worried in ny
Oct 14, 2009
... s paper said that General Petraeus, the top commander for the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, had been treated for "early stage" prostate cancer with two months of radiation therapy at the Walter Reed Army Medical Center. General Petraius, age 56, had been diagnosed in February. ... (0 replies)
... Bump PSA Nadir" was 0. ... (4 replies)
... Take care.....Lionel (8 replies)
... After 3 years at undetectable PSA values, now I find the numbers rising , so it looks like the doc will want to go the radiation therapy route soon. ... (8 replies)

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