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Psa level
May 5, 2010
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Psa level
May 5, 2010
... purpose sentry, alerting us to things that affect the prostate including infection, benign growth and cancer. ... (3 replies)
Jul 23, 2017
... You have asked two questions, one regarding PC, and one about a connection of PC to your lung issues. ... (6 replies)

... John has made some excellent points, and the preceding exchange has been informative. Among other things, I did not know that Dr. ... (17 replies)
... Here are some facts to keep in mind and tactics you could try to figure out what is happening. ... (36 replies)
... Hi Ohioguy inFL and welcome to the Board! ... (1 replies)
... Congratulations to your father, and to you for your support, on this encouraging biopsy report! ... (44 replies)
... Hi nadamlie and welcome to this board! ... (5 replies)
PSA Concerns
Apr 19, 2010
... is a very possible explanation for an elevated PSA. On the other hand, prostate cancer remains plausible... ... (3 replies)
Psa level
Oct 20, 2010
... Janice, welcome to this site. There is one and only one way to tell if someone has prostate cancer, and that is by having a prostate biopsy. ... (2 replies)
... nt points, but I hope this will catch you in time to reconsider getting a biopsy now. It may be the best course, but the decision deserves some more information and thought. ... (7 replies)
... It is high enough that you should see a urogolist, and I would not wait too long to do that. ... (3 replies)
... There are a lot of questions about this topic on this board, and it's helpful to learn what our doctors are learning about it. ... (2 replies)
... Hi Chris and welcome to the board! ... (7 replies)
... off, a PSA that jumped so fast, especially with a negative biopsy, could be produced as a result of infection, inflammation, or by trauma from the recent biopsy, and not cancer. ... (21 replies)
Fluctuating psa
Aug 29, 2017
... I hesitated before replying because you just said that you are having the biopsy done. But then it struck me that you are having it done "to get a better idea," and you may want to consider some additional facts before choosing the biopsy alternative. ... (6 replies)
PSA problem.
Jan 23, 2016
... in other words, a PSA of 2 becomes 4, in the same length of time later becomes 8, in the same length of time again becomes 16, and so on. Unless there is an intervention of some kind, especially treatment, PSA due to cancer does not go down significantly, as yours has several times. ... (4 replies)
First PSA 15.2
Jan 17, 2011
... You have probably also learned that a Gleason of 6 is by far the most common. It also arguably the key clue, among several, in assessing risk, and a score of 6, by itself without considering the other important clues, indicates low risk. ... (13 replies)
Psa score
May 8, 2009
... That may have caused your PSA to test slightly higher than otherwise. You didn't mention your age or your past PSA results. Free PSA was probably measured also. That can help determine the risk of cancer, which can only be determined by a biopsy. So maybe you can provide a little more info. ... (1 replies)
... I must have overlooked your post until Lilacs and Lillies quoted part of it. Here are several points to consider. ... (10 replies)

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