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... Low Risk. There were 14 cores taken and 5 were positive. I don't have the pathology report but will ask the surgeon for it. ... (3 replies)
... prostatitis. Is there a reason you're not taking finasteride or dutasteride to shrink your prostate? ... (13 replies)
... My PSA and Free PSA are elevated. They've been high for about 7 months now. ... (9 replies)

... which indicates the chance your PSA is mostly made from "free" type antigens as opposed to "bound" PSA which is probably cancer. ... (11 replies)
... surgeon which we did. He was able to diagnose my husbands prostatitis which was the cause for the elevated psa level. ... (17 replies)
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PSA almost doubed
Aug 17, 2016
... Glad you enjoyed your trip up here. I'm just outside of Toronto. Upstate NY is a beautiful place also. Visited a friend at Skaneateles Lake a few years back and had an amazing time. ... (22 replies)
... Hi just wanedt to share my story. I have a larger prostate about 70cc and have the classic symptoms of BHP. Numerous dre's all negative. After seeing a urologist with a hi PSA value of 15. ... (36 replies)
... not caring much about Gleason 6 and lower cancer that is so often a nuisance and cause for anxiety rather than a threat. ... (36 replies)
High PSA level 56
Nov 30, 2012
... r cores' scores are. It's not an average, if that's what you're thinking. His Gleason 7 would normally put him in the intermediate risk category, except that his high PSA puts him at high risk for recurrence after treatment. ... (17 replies)
... and detailed experience with me. You have given me some good info on how to move forward and question my urologist when I see him soon again. Forgot to say I'm a 59 year old male still quite fit with a relatively high psa since my late 40's. ... (36 replies)
... That's a good attitude, and attitude is important. ... (14 replies)
... Here are some facts to keep in mind and tactics you could try to figure out what is happening. ... (36 replies)
... The standard for determining that there is a recurrence after an RP is a PSA of . ... (6 replies)
... The reason I am posting is that for the last 6 weeks I have been reading this site and have gained a great deal from it. ... (14 replies)
... had a Microwave procedure done to shrink prostate. Limited results. ... (13 replies)
... My understanding is that an ultrasound is not sensitive for prostate cancer, except for some really specialized ultrasound equipment at a few specialized centers. However, it can be used to aim a biopsy needle when a biopsy is being done. I don't know its value for bladder or kidneys. ... (9 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)
... I'm replying to your post right before the post from Tom, "Gleason9." I'm so glad you are hearing from others, and what a great account of "The King's Speech." I've been looking forward to it and am now even more eager to see it. I'll put some thoughts in green. ... (14 replies)
... one has diagnosed me as having prostate cancer yet, however I am very concerned about my rising PSA and have come here looking for advice or comments. ... (17 replies)


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