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... atment" might be as simple as consuming quality pomegranate juice or a quality extract, rather than one of the usual formal treatments, particularly radiation or hormonal therapy. Formal therapy could be overkill. ... (27 replies)
First PSA 15.2
Jan 17, 2011
... The score that's driving the concern in your case is that PSA of 15. If there might be some infection involved, which would also likely boost PSA independent of cancer, that could alter the picture a lot. ... (13 replies)
... up with my family doc. She called me to report a PSA of 23 and made an immediate referral to a urologist. After a DRE and biopsy, my Gleason was reported as 8. ... (6 replies)

... RP PSA monitoring, and if you need study references to discuss the issue with the doctor, I can provide them. ... (5 replies)
... Like able5, I haven't had direct experience with radiation plus hormonal blockade, but I've been on hormonal blockade by itself on and off for eight years and have followed developments closely. ... (5 replies)
... illed doctor can get cancer that is beyond but very close to the capsule. Moreover, skipping surgery, radiation, cryo surgery, HIFU, etc., and going straight to intermittent or continuous hormonal blockade is another option, especially for a 69 year old. ... (7 replies)
... e.g. a first ever PSA of 113, driving down to less than 0. ... (21 replies)
... m going to assume that your husband does have metastatic prostate cancer. That seems likely due to the rapidly rising and high PSA with imaging that shows spots on bones, one of the likeliest sites for metastatic prostate cancer. However, without a biopsy, this is not a certainty. ... (4 replies)
... some additional comments in green below. As always, remember that I have had no enrolled medical education and am just passing on my impressions after being on intermittent hormonal blockade therapy for a challenging case for over ten years now. ... (4 replies)
... Last summer my husband did radiation for 41 sessions. We got all done with radiation and his psa was 0.6. Six months later it was 7.0 and a few weeks after that 8. So after another another 3 month PSA and it rose from 8 to 14. ... (27 replies)
... following up the breakthrough 2006 research published by his expert UCLA team on greatly extending PSA doubling times of recurring patients due to consumption of pomegranate juice. ... (10 replies)
... time advanced hormonal blockade. ... (20 replies)
... I'm delighted and relieved to report that my PSA again declined this time from 2.27 in November to . ... (6 replies)
... common options that are used for local and regional prostate cancer, including surgery, customary radiation, and cryo surgery. There is a strong consensus that hormonal therapy, also known as androgen deprivation therapy and hormonal blockade therapy, is appropriate at this point. ... (5 replies)
... Some of us, like me, need cycles of intermittent therapy. Either way, when we go off the heavier duty drugs, side effects for the vast majority of us go away. ... (27 replies)
... blockade of LHRH agonist Eligard. The HT treatment started in November 2010 and it was stopped after completing one year on PSA remission levels lower than 0. ... (14 replies)
... Diabetes can be aggravated by hormonal therapy. However, countermeasures involving diet, nutrition, supplements and exercise often help. ... (31 replies)
... I covered this above under BPH and the amount of healthy PSA associated with each cc of prostate. I took a look at " PSA AND epididymitis " in PubMed and got six hits, most only tangentially related to the question. ... (17 replies)
... term prospects, and also reasonable that you have a good chance of avoiding therapy altogether or at least delaying it. ... (1 replies)
Prostrate Cancer
Oct 19, 2010
... y is that hormonal blockade therapy, if reasonably done, lasts for either about ten years or indefinitely long, depending on the patient, according to experts in hormonal therapy for prostate cancer. ... (13 replies)


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