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... forth exchanges improve what each of us knows. ... (22 replies)
... Another excellent body of work, Jim. ... (22 replies)
... Welcome to this board. All of us wish we did not have to be involved with prostate cancer, but at least we have some excellent company on this board! ... (3 replies)

... Thank you so much for replying. The information is very useful :) (3 replies)
... Well, it could mean a number of things. Just like many other laboratory blood tests that you or your doctor may have initiated, an unusually high PSA result should be interpreted as a signal to further investigate. ... (3 replies)
... You're very welcome. Baptista, I, and all of us are a big band of brothers and sisters here to help each other. ... (13 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)
... is thread, to which I'm replying below. One thing I love about this board is that it helps us exchange views and both fertilize and weed our own personal fields of what we think is true, and I believe these threads will have the key value of helping fellow survivors and their loved ones with their decisions. ... (22 replies)
Elevated PSA
Jun 17, 2009
... in three months. If the PSA level increased substantially, I would want a biopsy. If it increased only slightly or stayed the same, I think I would want a PCA3Plus test. ... (5 replies)
... normal, healthy PSA tissue generates about 0. ... (3 replies)
... t really be upsetting to know they won't tell you any results for so long. It's possible that there is an infection in his prostate and that's what's caused the PSA increase, but having had the biopsy should provide info as to the next step one way or the other. ... (3 replies)
... Can anyone help, my husband has had a PSA test and the result was 10.6, it was 3 about 5 years ago. He has been for a biopsy but because of the bank holiday we have got to waite 5 weeks before we get the results. He is 57 years of age. ... (3 replies)
PSA Level
May 20, 2008
... There's nothing like the threat of cancer to turn our lives upside down and freak us out! ... (20 replies)
... h AS based on a number of generally agreed criteria, and, if you pursue AS, diligent monitoring to ensure that any stealthy aggressive cancer is caught in plenty of time, usually within two to three years, to achieve results as good as results would have been if you had been treated right away. ... (7 replies)
... I picked up my husband's record from the doctor. His PSA in 2006 was 5.2 and he was referred to a urologist. It was 8.8 in 2007 and 7.3 in 2008 then 11.6 in 2009 and 29.7 in Nov. of 2010 and 29.2 in Jan 2011. ... (2 replies)
... The urologist said there wasn't any point to treatment other than hormones and gave him an implant of Lupron. My husband is 73 and in excellent health otherwise. ... (10 replies)
... Our thoughts here may be of limited interest, but they do bear on the value of the studies of the therapies Jeff is considering, so here goes. ... (17 replies)
... Baptista already suggested that you provide key information about the degree of seriousness of your son's case. Prostate cancer can range in seriousness from a case of dandruff to aggressive pancreatic cancer, but many cases are toward the milder side. ... (33 replies)
... I'll join got in expressing joy in your dad's inspiring response with that very low PSA of 0.04! ... (46 replies)
... On behalf of all of us I'll say "you're welcome. ... (4 replies)


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