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... However, with the aid of an ultrasensitive PSA test that detects PSA down to a level of less than 0.01 units of PSA, you could wait to see how your PSA tests turned out before starting radiation, without incurring much added risk. ... (2 replies)
... Thanks for the congrats Jim. As much as I can rejoice about the negative MRI I'm still at a loss at why my psa is elevated. My last PSA went down half a point after 5 months. My urologist did say I have a very large prostate, there were no signs of infection or signs of cancer. ... (14 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. Prostate cancer has THE BEST survival rates for any major cancer, and year by year they are getting even better. ... (9 replies)

... ve mentioned diet several times. Having seen who does well and who has died from the disease, I believe that diet is very important. My own choice is the Mediterranean diet, which I find enjoyable and nutritious. ... (3 replies)
... years ago, when his PSA started rising again. He started taking Casodex about two years ago, which slowed down the PSA, but unfortunately, it has started going up again. ... (3 replies)
... Side effects vary considerably depending on the patient and the form of ADT treatment. The very good news is that all can usually be countered to a degree. ... (1 replies)
... soundly done ADT may still work for you, which would mean you could go back on ADT after your chemo, which also fits very nicely into the program. ... (4 replies)
... I take statins for High Blood pressure, I hear that may hold back a higher number. I was very shocked at my results, with low psa, but I knew that PSA testing is not the only thing to look at for Pc. The positive DRE and the presents of a nodule was the killer I guess. but still shocked at the results. ... (10 replies)
... ired to keep healthy prostates healthy. Prostate cells have a large number of androgen receptors on them. Testosterone and DHT, another androgen, activates them. PSA is released by "sick" prostate cells, so you may be right that you don't have enough testosterone to keep them healthy. ... (13 replies)
... That is a very high PSA. But as you already know, it is not too accuate. ... (14 replies)
... Went to the Urologist today to meet about my latest PSA score. He recommended that the next step after slightly lowered but still high PSA was to do an MRI before ordering another biopsy. I understand that this would be a targeted biopsy in the event the MRI shows suspicious areas. ... (14 replies)
Psa 111
Oct 7, 2015
... current PSA is less than 0. ... (9 replies)
... surgeon which we did. He was able to diagnose my husbands prostatitis which was the cause for the elevated psa level. ... (17 replies)
High PSA level 56
Nov 30, 2012
... r cores' scores are. It's not an average, if that's what you're thinking. His Gleason 7 would normally put him in the intermediate risk category, except that his high PSA puts him at high risk for recurrence after treatment. ... (17 replies)
High PSA level 56
Nov 23, 2012
... PSA of 56 is a high number. With that said, its better to have a clean ultrasound, than one that is showing nodules. So try to stay positive. ... (17 replies)
Psa 90
Jul 16, 2012
... Staging is based on the DRE and imaging, so if all that was clear he would be T1c. His high PSA and enlarged lymph node may very well be the result of concurrent prostatitis. However his very high PSA puts him in a "high risk" category, irrespective of staging or Gleason grade. ... (7 replies)
... Last week I returned for the 3 mo checkup. PSA was taken prior to visit and the results were unbelievable to the doctor. The PSA was 6.5, 7. ... (11 replies)
... Thank you very much for your reply and all the information on Testosterone. I am going to print your reply and discuss with my Urologist. ... (13 replies)
Psa 300+
Oct 20, 2011
... As you probably know by now, that is a very high PSA, a level that is often associated with detectable metastases. ... (3 replies)
... it was 113.6, which was a shock as I thought 10 was the top number possible. Odds are high that the GP will turn out to be right, but it isn't open and shut. Infection has been known to drive a PSA to over 200, though it is rare. ... (14 replies)


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