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... PubMed,, an agency of the National Library of Medicine under the National Institutes of Health, our taxpayer supported gift to ourselves and the world. ... (17 replies)
... st let me formally welcome you and your first posting on this site by saying that it's never too early to learn about prostate health, but hopefully your rise in PSA turns out to be like the majority of other men with a rise in PSA... ... (29 replies)
... This would be a sign of likely infection. Infection will cause PSA to go up and down. Cancer makes it go nowhere but up. Cancer cells, as you probably know, double, then double again. ... (4 replies)

... Hi Allen and Baptista for this interesting discussion. ... (3 replies)
... Seeing those PSA results helps. ... (8 replies)
... I've read through one key section where that surgeon who appears to be quite savvy is giving you a bit of very poor advice, and I'll address just that section here. That said, the surgeon no doubt thinks he's on top of that bit of technology. ... (31 replies)
... I'm sorry that you've had to seek out this board, but I too would like to welcome you. A lot of people here have been "down the road" and are very open to sharing their experiences. ... (50 replies)
... Being scared and confused is par for the course, as you seem to know already. ... (5 replies)
Real or False
Mar 25, 2011
... Hi OldSalt and welcome to the Board! ... (17 replies)
... Baptista makes the key point that something is going on as evidenced by the elevated PSA. ... (3 replies)
... up PSA test three months later. ... (3 replies)
... term swings because it is impacted by lots of variables. It is logical to conclude that this drop is an indication that your antibiotic therapy is working and apparently your doctor thinks so. See where it is at the end of 30 days. Sometimes longer term antibiotics are necessary to treat prostatitis. ... (2 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)
... This points to an infection BPH and PC do not respond to antibiotics. ... (13 replies)
Biopsy question
May 5, 2011
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Biopsy question
May 5, 2011
... Hi whitebeach and welcome to the board! ... (3 replies)
Sep 30, 2008
... nk of a better analogy, but for now, consider the risks facing a homeowner in Galveston a month ago before the hurricane hit. If he took the preventive approach and evacuated, there was a chance that his house would be damaged in a way that he might have taken care of if he had stayed. ... (4 replies)
... HIgh PSA's can mean more than cancer, they can be in indicator of an infection as well. If your dad has elevated PSA"s then he needs to follow up with his doctor,and a urologist too! ... (12 replies)
Raised PSA
Jan 26, 2019
... Hi Pete and welcome to the Board! ... (2 replies)
... Also, PSA is only weakly correlated with prostate cancer as the above link shows. For example, I have a PSA of 7. ... (4 replies)

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