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... he was told that he was Gleason 10, PSA 5.6 and that it appeared based upon a bonescan that the cancer had metastasized to his bones. ... (3 replies)
Psa increasing
Jun 21, 2008
... explained PSA from healthy cells, you can explain about 3.4 PSA units. ... (8 replies)
... The stability of the PSA at nearly the same value is an encouraging sign. ... (2 replies)

... I'm 57. My primary care doctor noted increased velocity in my PSA score, which was 3.9 a week ago, an increase of nearly a full point from early 2010. ... (7 replies)
Psa numbers
Apr 11, 2009
... Your PSA has been quite stable except for that test at the hospital, and that is despite the fact that you've had three different places doing the testing. ... (34 replies)
... to proteins. When a man gets back his PSA result, it is the total measurable PSA, which is the combination of fPSA and cPSA. ... (2 replies)
... thumb to relate size to expected PSA from healthy prostate cells. One is to multiply the size in cc by 0.066 to get the PSA. Reversing that, dividing PSA by 0.066, if that PSA of 4. ... (15 replies)
Fast Rising PSA
Dec 5, 2009
... Hello Rising and welcome to the board! :wave: I am now a ten year veteran of a challenging case of PC, and I've learned a lot about the disease (but have had no enrolled medical education). I'll insert some comments in green. (4 replies)
... has been used for monitoring rather than an "ultrasensitive PSA test." When those cells have had time to grow enough, the PSA becomes detectable. ... (16 replies)
... It was very interesting that both the radiation oncologist and the medical oncologist each chose to emphasize as one of his updates the importance of PSA velocity in assessing the seriousness of prostate cancer. ... (0 replies)
... My first PSA in 1998 was a 4.5. At the time it was felt that a PSA under 4.0 meant you probably didn't have PC. A PSA between 4 and 7 was in a gray area. A PSA above 7.0 indicated a possible problem and more testing was indicated. ... (26 replies)
PSA MRI and pain
Nov 17, 2016
... I am 49, and I am looking for help. I had PSA 3. ... (4 replies)
... I have been reading on and off on this forum about the agony of making a decision on the best way for an individual to proceed with elevated PSA values. ... (29 replies)
... I'm assuming your father's PSA was normal last year, but "normal" might be a slow increase to a PSA of around 4 last year. Do you know the rate at which his PSA increased in the year before he was diagnosed? ... (3 replies)
... I'm going to insert comments in green in the abridged version of your original post. I hope they will help. Jim I can understand that the drug makers would not be sure of the cause, but they might have mentioned that drugs for a low thyroid are associated with testosterone levels. I'm not a doctor, but I know how to research issues like this using the free... (8 replies)
... Heres a study involving those with a rising PSA after primary therapy. ... (1 replies)
... the cancer. I read somewhere that colitis can increase the PSA...I don't know if there's any truth to that or not, but the worry is there at any rate. His next PSA is due in 6 days. I'm guessing he'll be out of the hospital by then and hopefully his PSA will still be undetectable. It seems his hot flashes have stopped.... ... (10 replies)
... On June 22 my PSA was 9.76 with a doubling time from March ranging from 3.35 to 3. ... (6 replies)
... In 1999 my PSA was 2.0. ... (8 replies)
... Here are considerations on the other side of the scale, on the side of just continuing to observe with PSA tests. ... (9 replies)




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