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... I give a second to the posting by Daff. Your husband is lucky to have a spouse helping him with health issues and the decisions that accompany them. ... (5 replies)
... I'm 51, I have had 2 neg 12 core biopsies within a year and a low free psa 13 and last check a psa of 5 at what point can I be diagnosed with bph I have a 45cc prostate gland. ... (4 replies)
... I'm sorry you have now been drafted into our club officially, guessing here it's an honor you could have done without. However, it's a good club. While the disease is without doubt a burden, in some ways it focuses and can improve your life from a big picture standpoint. ... (9 replies)

... and a PSA of 4. ... (29 replies)
... is thread, to which I'm replying below. One thing I love about this board is that it helps us exchange views and both fertilize and weed our own personal fields of what we think is true, and I believe these threads will have the key value of helping fellow survivors and their loved ones with their decisions. ... (22 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)
... ily background, though I did not know that the cancer that got my paternal grandfather was prostate cancer until after my own diagnosis at age 56 as 1999 drew to a close. ... (1 replies)
... I'll insert some thoughts in green. I'm a layman patient with no medical credentials, so please bear that in mind. ... (10 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)
... s an interesting coincidence that this is my 2,000th post. ... (3 replies)
... I am 61 and in good health. I have longstanding BPH and have been followed with yearly digital exams and PSA. My PSA has been up and down over the years with Free PSA checked after higher values. My Dad had prostate CA at age 75. ... (2 replies)
... My impression has been that unimproved MRI that is not multiparametric and without an endorectal coil is not so good". ... (44 replies)
A New Member
Jan 30, 2011
... Baptista and Jim thanks for you support. Stanford is the current surgery location of choice. ... (16 replies)
... It sure is easier to think about all this when you are not on the firing line yourself, as you are now. ... (10 replies)
... in green where you might be helped by other thoughts or for emphasis of what he said. ... (70 replies)
... into the thousands, but that is not good! ... (6 replies)
First PSA 15.2
Jan 17, 2011
... I'm curious about those three times, but maybe you will be able to add a fourth! ... (13 replies)
... High PSA of 17.4 is not unusual in men in their 80's and 90's, but for a 54 year old is suspicious. Quick rise of PSA levels is an indication of cancer. ... (19 replies)
... I've got a hunch you've faced a lot worse things than prostate cancer during your 74 years, but it's still not pleasant to learn you have the disease. I've got a soft spot for the Marines, though I've got to admit I was in that other service. ... (30 replies)
A New Member
Jan 29, 2011
... I've read Baptista's response, and I'll add some thoughts in green to an excerpt of your post with your interesting history. I'll bet you now hope you did a good job on those prototypes. ... (16 replies)

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