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Psa increasing
Jun 21, 2008
... Here are a few more things to consider. ... (8 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)
... lower risk of PCa. However I'm not finding anything about rapid onset BPH, but plenty on high PSAV. ... (2 replies)

... About three weeks ago, when I exchanged emails with my father's Urologist, he told me that he is still not sure about the cause of my father's penis pain after the cystoscopy, MRI and biopsy. ... (44 replies)
... s MRI seems to have some of the characteristics of a mpMRI, though obviously at the lower resolution 1.5T than the higher 3T. ... (44 replies)
Prostate Size
May 13, 2016
... for each cc of prostate that is not cancerous. Therefore, with a prostate of 95 cc, a PSA of 9.5 would not be unusual, and your PSA is only 5.2. To my layman's eyes, that looks like BPH is accounting for the modest elevation in your PSA, with "modest" related to the size. ... (3 replies)
... My PSA decreased from 5.6 to 2.8 then 1.8 in June 2012, then jumped to 5.2 in September 2012. ... (15 replies)
... Sounds like you are taking good care of your health with frequent PSA checks. My older brother had a gradually rising PSA and he was diagnosed with cancer after a biopsy when his PSA was 4.25. ... (1 replies)
... The subject of testosterone replacement and prostate cancer comes up a lot, and I welcome the opportunity to address it, as I've looked into it. ... (11 replies)
... I'm new to this board, but not new to these kinds of forums. Allow me a few moments to give some background and state my question. ... (0 replies)
... I'm new to this board, but not new to these kinds of forums. Allow me a few moments to give some background and state my question. ... (0 replies)
... This is my first post to this board and would greatly appreciate some thoughts on my situation. I am 61 years old but look and feel 20 years younger. ... (5 replies)
... t have the knowledge or detailed thought patterns to give advice in payback for all the knowledge I gained on this site. Therefore my thanks is an update of my situation. ... (14 replies)
... for prostate cancer instead of immediate treatment. I hope that discussion continues, but because age is such an important factor in the thinking of the major Active Surveillance programs in the US and world, and because their approaches differ substantially, I thought it deserved a separate thread. ... (22 replies)
... You've had some really fine replies from daff and Dale, so I'll just address a few points in green that you raised and that haven't been specifically covered yet, using an extract of your first post. ... (10 replies)
... m visualizing you in Louisiana with a long handlebar mustache. ... (8 replies)
... Surely one should think that in prostate cancer no two cases are equal but your descriptions stroked me because of the slow increasing pattern of PSA in which both cancers have grown. Mine however comes from an higher initial PSA level of 24. ... (3 replies)
... and not prostate cancer. Getting yet another PSA seems like sound advice. Your baseline PSA of 2. ... (8 replies)
... performed in an attempt to avoid a biopsy. ... (0 replies)
... Bibles" works for me too. The three best in my view are the Primer, "Beating Prostate Cancer", and "Invasion of the Prostate Snatchers. ... (8 replies)

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