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... In addition to Baptista's key points, knowing the PSA trend will help establish whether a recurrence, should one ever occur, is mild or significant. ... (4 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)
... At least you have good family communication on that score, and you have an excellent PSA track record for comparison and trend watching. ... (1 replies)

... known for making the PSA level go up or down, and most of the time the PSA level changes it is not due to prostate cancer! ... (1 replies)
... in other words, the free PSA test became more useful as a tool. ... (2 replies)
... That would leave 2 PSA units to be accounted for to get to 5. But your title notes that your PSA has fluctuated between 4 and 10. ... (4 replies)
... The stability of the PSA at nearly the same value is an encouraging sign. ... (2 replies)
PSA rise
Nov 13, 2007
... First, something caused your PSA to jump all the way from .8 to 8.5, and then fall to 3.9 three weeks later. It could have been a test error as the doctor suspected. ... (9 replies)
... Just to keep this thread updated... Once the PSA hit .2 it just stayed there. Dr. Myers did not think it would go down any further without a new approach. ... (53 replies)
... I received my PSA blood test score today of 1.5. This is 14 months after Proton Treatment at Loma Linda. ... (1 replies)
... I am glad to know about your lower PSA. I hope the trend continues and it reaches the zeros. ... (15 replies)
... Because you got still your prostate in place, you may again experience a bounce in the trend of the PSA results. An increasing and decreasing curve before settling into a nadir. Just give time a chance to get a proper conclusion. ... (15 replies)
... I am inclined to wait three months and retake the PSA before doing a biopsy. But i would like to get some opinions from knowledgeable folks here. ... (19 replies)
... could well be accounting for that PSA of 6.4. One favorable criterion for active surveillance for men with diagnosed prostate cancer is a PSA density of 0.15 or lower, and you are well below 0.15. ... (5 replies)
... OR it could be a cause of momentarily flare due to the newer injection administered in April, if the shot was done before drawing blood for the PSA test. ... (13 replies)
... I, and most urologists I've met, think Dr. Walsh has it backwards. PSA is often inflated by a factor of 2 by BPH. Once you get rid of the PSA due to BPH and the PSA due to prostatitis, you're left with the PSA due to prostate cancer. Finasteride improves the diagnostic specificity of PSA, which is otherwise quite poor. ... (8 replies)
... if you've been on it for more than 5 years you should multiply your PSA by 2. ... (8 replies)
Psa 13.82
Nov 11, 2011
... Just received new PSA result today and it has dropped from 13.82 to 9. ... (5 replies)
... You could have PSA tests done separately from those scheduled by his doctor so that you could monitor closely any advancement. Just do not become anxious. ... (52 replies)
Feeling sad
Apr 17, 2011
... Rest assured that you are not showing a PSA trend that would indicate prostate cancer. Maybe you have some low grade prostatitis, or maybe it's incipient BPH. ... (2 replies)


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